About- This slow to bolt Bibb-type lettuce was originally developed by the Amish and is commonly harvested as a loose-leaf variety. Rugged plants produce solid, compact ‘heads’ that have triangular green leaves with a pleasantly sharp flavor.
Planting- Plant in the spring or fall as lettuce prefers cooler temperatures. Start indoors 8-10 weeks before the last frost for an early harvest. Grow 2 plants per 12” pot or use 6” in-row spacing for raised beds.
Care & Harvest- Grow in the spring or fall as warm temperatures may cause plants to bolt or go to seed. Water consistently and harvest individual leaves when they reach the desired size.
Where- Full Sun
Maturity- 45-55 Days
Approximate Seeds per Pkt- 1,500