Roman Lettuce Seeds

9.00 AED

Roman Lettuce leaves have quite a prominent and thicker rib through the center, are generally more robust with a unique crisp taste. When grown to maturity, the upper tips of the leaves close to form a heart, which consequentially excludes light, coloring the internals to more of a blonde green.

  • Sowing: It’s done by transplanting or planting direct seeds in the early spring, as soon as you can work the soil. You can start early by preparing romaine lettuce beds in the fall, by incorporating manure or compost, and raking the area smooth to make a fine seedbed.
  • Transplanting: This is accomplished by sowing the seeds in 1-inch cells three to four weeks before transplanting outside. Reduce water and temperature three days prior to transplanting for the seedlings to harden and be able to survive temperatures as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit.

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