Let Us Grow Lettuce Mix

Let Us Grow Lettuce Mix


A mix of some of the best kinds of lettuce especially rich in Bibb, Romaine and Salad Bowl types in greens and some beautiful red varieties.  This is a blend of over a dozen different kinds of premium lettuce.  Here you will find the lettuces that will keep you in salads from spring to fall.  We would plant part of the packet in late April-May and part in late July-August.
45-85 days   

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Packet sows 20 ft row (500 seed)

Lettuce can be seeded indoors a few weeks before setting in the garden but we prefer to sow the seed directly into the garden 2-3 weeks prior to the last frost date.  Thinly scatter the seed 4-6 per inch and barely cover the seed.  When the seeds are 2 inches tall carefully transplant each seedling to stand 6-8 inches apart.  Lettuce likes a fertile soil and ample moisture.

Lettuce does well in a cooler environment.  Summer lettuce is probably best grown in semi shade with ample soil moisture.  Lettuce easily bolts into seed and it is wise to plant succession crops of lettuce so that your are always ready for a salad.  If lettuce is bitter (as it sometimes becomes in summer) plunge into boiling water for a minute and then pan fry the greens in a bit of olive oil.  An August sowing produces a fall crop.

The lettuce bolts allow the seed to form white puffs like dandelion seed does.  When there are a lot of seed puffs pull the plant and allow it to become throughly dry.  The normally resinous seed will easily fall onto the tarp they dry on. and you can easily shake the remaining seed free.