Black-seeded Simpson Lettuce gives you crisp leaf lettuce for salads all summer and into fall. As you cut, more leaves appear.
When and Where to Plant: Lettuce is a cool-weather crop. Select
a sunny location, cultivate and fertilize soil with vegetable food.
Plant in early spring as soon as soil can be worked. Sow seed
sparingly, firming soil over row. Repeat at 2 week intervals as
long as weather is cool – spring and fall. For earliest crop start
Care: Water lightly and regularly. Protect from pests.
Harvesting: Pull entire plant or cut off 1-2"/3-5 cm. above