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Fast & easy to grow. Fresher than store-bought. Buy the perfect mix from the Bonnie Shop.
Gourmet Salad Mix
Here's the perfect baby lettuce mix- no grocery bags required. A blend of red, light green, and dark green lettuce leaves (both smooth and ruffled) grow together in this pretty salad combo. Lettuce grows best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade and even appreciates shade in spring in hot climates. Plant in the ground, in raised beds, or in containers.
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Green Romaine Lettuce
This is the classic romaine. Its compact, dark green rosette of tall, upright leaves is slightly curly with white hearts and has a crisp, sweet flavor. Slow to bolt. Grows best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade and even appreciates it in spring in hot climates. Organic varieties are only available at retailers.
Head Lettuce (Iceberg Type)
This is the standard crisp-head variety with large solid hearts and very crisp, tasty leaves. In warmer parts of the country, it may not form the tight heads that it does in California (where most head lettuce is commercially grown), but the looser heads that do form are delicious and distinctly Iceberg nonetheless. If you live in an area in which the temperature gets hot fast in the spring, harvest the heads early and enjoy. Rich in vitamin A.
Mini Bronze Lettuce
Harvest a delicious meal from a window box! With this adorable, compact romaine lettuce, forget the bagged Caesar salad mix at the grocery store. Instead, grow this petite beauty in containers on your balcony or patio, plant in raised beds—or even add it as a pretty, delicious border to the front yard. The tidy, bronze-red heads reach only 8 inches tall. Slow to bolt, you’ll enjoy a long harvest season of this tasty, beautiful bronze mini romaine lettuce.
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Developed by Cornell University, this heat-tolerant, Bibb-type lettuce has quickly become a favorite since earning All America status in 1963. Its rich green leaves, sometimes tinged with red, form a beautiful rosette in the garden that holds well under stress and has good bolt resistance. A good source of vitamin A and phytonutrients. Grows best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade and even appreciates it in spring in hot climates.
Sandy Oakleaf Lettuce
Imagine fresh, tasty salad right from your own backyard or balcony! Sandy Oakleaf Lettuce not only tastes delicious, it’s beautiful paired in containers with cool season flowers like violas. Sandy’s leaves add interesting texture wherever it’s planted—in raised beds, containers, or borders along a walkway. Slow to bolt, Sandy’s frilly, dark green leaves remain sweet even when heat stressed. You’ll love the ease of growing this tasty lettuce, as the uniform, mounded plants offer exceptional disease resistance, especially to powdery mildew. Use as a cut-and-come again baby leaf variety, or wait for the plant to reach maturity to harvest the full, loose-leaf heads. All-America Selections Winner.
Green Leaf Lettuce
This lettuce looks as good as it tastes, producing large, loose heads of bright green, curly leaves with a buttery flavor. Plants resist bolting and are easy to grow. Perfect for containers!
Red Romaine Lettuce
This eye-catching romaine deserves a spot in both the vegetable and the flower garden. Colorful leaves start out green, then fade to a deep red-bronze as they mature. Red Romaine leaves bring a sweet, flavorful crunch to salads and sandwiches. The heads (if allowed to form) are thick enough to grill. Plants are slow to bolt and grow best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade and even appreciate it in spring in hot climates. Resistant to mosaic virus.