Vegetables Lettuce Romaine Lettuce (Cos)
Romaine Lettuce (Cos)
Romaine Lettuce (Cos)
Romaine lettuce, also known as Cos lettuce, has long, broad, upright leaves that hold themselves bunched together as they mature. Although romaine varieties are well known for the hearts at the center of the heads, the outer leaves can also be used in salads or as a tortilla substitute for wraps. Romaine lettuce is crisp and juicy, with a sweetness unmatched by other lettuce types.
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Three minis in contrasting colors for an attractive presentation.
Three organic minis in contrasting colors.
Early producer of truly compact mini heads with bronze-red color.
True compact, red, mini romaine.
45 Days
Compact and uniform mini green romaine with excellent, crisp texture.
Mini green romaine.
43 Days
Compact, filled-out mini heads that are dark-red even in the North.
Dark-red mini romaine.
47 Days
Old French heirloom with medium-red tinted leaves, excellent flavor.
Well-known French heirloom.
28 Days
Most attractive green romaine packs and handles with little damage.
Our most attractive green romaine. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
56 Days
A longtime favorite, for marketing as full heads or romaine hearts.
A longtime favorite.
57 Days
Attractive heritage lettuce variety with speckled red baby leaves.
Attractive speckled red baby leaves.
27 Days
A longtime favorite, for marketing as full heads or romaine hearts.
A longtime favorite. Conventional seed with conventional pelleting.
57 Days
Early producer of truly compact mini heads with bronze-red color.
True compact, red, mini romaine.
45 Days
Most attractive green romaine packs and handles with little damage.
Our most attractive green romaine.
56 Days
Disease-resistant green romaine, performs well in protected culture.
Green romaine with disease resistance.
28 baby
Romaine/greenleaf cross with great flavor and upright growth habit.
Romaine and green leaf cross.
55 Days
Attractive blonde romaine for both babyleaf and full-size heads.
Blonde romaine for both baby leaf and full-size heads.
29 baby
The standard green romaine for babyleaf, adds texture to salad mix.
The standard green romaine for baby leaf.
29 Days
A longtime favorite, for marketing as full heads or romaine hearts.
Organic seed with NOP-compliant pelleting. Heat tolerant, full-size romaine.
57 Days
Baby leaf romaine which maintains its bright-red color in low light.
Attractive ruffled red romaine.
28 Days
Baby leaf romaine which maintains its bright-red color in low light.
Attractive ruffled red romaine.
28 Days
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