ROMAINE LETTUCES

The Romaine lettuces have long leaves that, at maturity, surround a soft, crunchy heart. The tufts can achieve considerable weight—even more than 500 gr. Their cultivation environment is similar to that of the cabbage lettuce; however, they have a greater resistance to heat. The growing cycle is usually slightly longer than the cabbage lettuce. They can be grown all year round using seedlings of different varieties. From an organoleptic point of view, they have a sweet flavor and crunchy texture. They are excellent for salads, with good resistance to condiments as they remain crunchy for a long time.

OR SIRTE LETTUCE 3401 OR SIRTE LETTUCE 3401
Code: 061409

Description:

Romaine lettuce variety suitable for spring-summer cultivation. Extremely slow seed bolting, hardy, with a tuft weighing about 800g. Blonde-green, tight and uniform even during critical periods, very crisp. Sow: February to August.

OR CHIARA LETTUCE 3405 OR CHIARA LETTUCE 3405
Code: 061408

Description:

Romaine lettuce suitable for cultivation in spring and autumn. It forms a massive (800g), attractive, and good to eat tuft, with smooth, blonde-green leaves. Sow: from January to May and from August to October.

DUNA LETTUCE DUNA LETTUCE
Code: 061407

Description:

The plant has a rustic nature, easy to grow, with excellent closure of the tuft at full maturity. The tuft is massive and compact, with bullous, medium green leaves.

ROMABELLA LETTUCE ROMABELLA LETTUCE
Code: 061402

Description:

Smooth-leafed Romaine variety with rounded, slightly pronounced ribs. The medium large tuft has excellent resistance to adverse weather conditions and conservation.