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HEAD LETTUCE: Start seeds indoors 3-4 weeks before transplanting outdoors. Use Jiffy 7’s or a flat and inserts with a good soil substitute, like Berger BM-2. Place seeds not over 1/4″ deep. Germinate at room temperature. Head lettuce seeds may also be sown outdoors like leaf lettuce. For nice big heads space plants 6-8″ apart. Harvest, cut head of lettuce off after they form, just above roots. Use fresh. LEAF TYPES: Plant in early spring as soon as soil can be tilled. Place seeds 1/4″ deep, 1″ apart. For a constant supply, sow lettuce every 2 weeks for as long as weather stays cool. Harvest, cut leaf lettuce, 1-2″ above ground. Use fresh in salads, wilted lettuce or in sandwiches. For leaf and head lettuce, you will need 1/2 oz seed per 100′ row

We also have head lettuce plants started about Mar. 1st. To plant in your garden cover with hotcaps or jugs to protect from the cold nights and wind. The varieties we generally start in plants are Great Lakes, Red & green Romaine types, Butter King and Buttercrunch.  We can’t guarantee that we will have all varieties available at all times

99 per 4 pack    sorry but plants do not ship.