Seed Needs, Red Romaine Lettuce (Lactuca Sativa) Twin Pack of 400 Seeds Each Non-GMO

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Quality Lettuce seeds packaged by Seed Needs. Intended for the current and the following growing season. Packets are 3.25″ wide by 4.50″ tall and come with a full colored illustration on the front side, as well as detailed sowing instructions on the reverse.
Red Romaine is a heirloom variety that has been passed down from generation to generation. Like most lettuce varieties, it goes great in salads, adding a tart flavoring, with a mild crunch.
The leaves are green to red, resembling the Lollo rosso variety. Red Romain prefers a cooler season, and will develop the best flavor and color within the Spring season, and in the early Months of Autumn.
Red Romaine will be ready for harvest in roughly 50 to 55 days after first sprouts appear.
All Lettuce seeds sold by Seed Needs are Non-GMO based seed products and are intended for the current & the following growing season. All seeds are produced from open pollinated plants,d in a temperature controlled facility and constantly moved out due to popularity.

 

Twin Pack of 400 Seeds Each (800 Seeds Total)
Grow a garden filled with Red Romaine Lettuce, from freshly harvested Lactuca sativa seeds. Red Romaine is an heirloom variety that has been passed down from generation to generation. Like most lettuce varieties, it goes great in salads, adding a tart flavoring, with a mild crunch. The leaves are green to red, resembling the Lollo Rosso variety. Red Romain prefers a cooler season, and will develop the best flavor and color within the Spring season, and in the early Months of Autumn.
Lettuce originated in much of Egypt, where they cultivated it as a food. It later spread to other cultures around the globe. Many of the heirloom varieties that are available today, have lasted centuries, just like Red Romaine. Lettuce is grown as an annual crop, and will go from seed to crop in a single growing season. The plants of Red Romaine are slow to bolt, but with patience they will eventually produce seeds, later in the Summer to fall season. Combine Red Romaine with any number of additional varieties offered from our Lettuce seed category, for a delicious salad blend thats bursting with flavor and color.
Red Romaine Lettuce will be ready for harvest in roughly 50 to 55 days after first sprouts appear.
Sowing the Seed – Lettuce seeds can be started indoors, or directly outdoors as well. If started indoors, choose large peat pots, at least 4 inches tall and 4 inches wide. Sow the seeds in groups of 4, at a depth of 1/16″ under topsoil, so that they are barely covered. Transplant entire peat pots outdoors, or direct sow when the weather has become mildly warm. Do not sow deeper than the recommended sowing depth mentioned above, as Lettuce will require a bit of direct light to germinate properly.
Growing Conditions – Lettuce will thrive in areas of partial sun, meaning that they should receive about 5 to 6 hours of sunlight a day. Lettuce plants prefer cooler temperatures of 45F to 65F and will flourish in loose, fertile soils, just make sure that the sowing medium is also well drained. To increase your drainage, we recommend adding a light compost to any areas that consist of hard, compact soil. Water the seeds daily to ensure that the ground is moist, but never soaked.
Germination & Growth – Lettuce will typically begin to germinate within 7 to 14 days after sowing. The plants will reach a mature height of roughly 8 to 12 inches tall, spreading to a good 10 inches wide. The plants can be spaced roughly 12 inches apart from one another, in rows spaced 12 to 18 inches apart. This variety is heat resistant, but performs best in cooler weather. Slow to bolt.
Harvesting – Red Romaine Lettuce can be harvested within 50 to 55 days, when the heads are roughly 8 to 10 inches in size, and brightly colored green. Rinse and enjoy, or in the fridge for later use. Keep in mind that storing your Lettuce with other fruits, such as apples and pears is not recommended, as this can cause the leaves to brown.
Beautiful Packet Designs
Each seed packet comes with a beautifully illustrated image of the variety to be grown.
Details on the front include which variety is grown, as well as the scientific name and estimated seed count.
Detailed information about the specific crop is found on the front right.
Packets measure 3.25 inches wide by 4.5 inches tall.
Save your seeds for the next season! Many people don’t know that seeds actually don’t expire for years if they are kept in optimal conditions. Place unused seed packets in a ziplock bag, press the air out and keep them in a cool, dry and dark location for next year!
Detailed Sowing Information
Easy to follow seed sowing directions are presented on the reverse side of each seed packet.
QR codes are displayed on each seed packet for easy reordering, or for additional information on the variety purchased.
Each seed packet has a latex glue that allows you to self seal and save unused seeds.
Try growing your very own garden filled with lettuce through hydroponics. (A soil-less method to grow these delicious varieties.)
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Plant Type Lettuce / Vegetable Lettuce / Vegetable Lettuce / Vegetable Lettuce / Vegetable Lettuce / Vegetable Lettuce / Vegetable
Height 8″ to 12″ Tall 8″ to 12″ Tall 8″ to 12″ Tall 8″ to 12″ Tall 8″ to 12″ Tall 10″ to 12″ Tall
Plant Spread 10″ Spread 10″ Spread 10″ Spread 10″ Spread 10″ Spread 10″ Spread
Season Annual Annual Annual Annual Annual Annual
Light Preference Partial Sunlight Partial Sunlight Partial Sunlight Partial Sunlight Partial Sunlight Partial Sunlight
Harvest 50 to 55 Days 75 Days 40 to 50 Days 30 to 60 Days 30 to 55 Days 50 to 55 Days
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