An old French heirloom originally introduced commercially in 1885. It is a lettuce grown for both its exceptional beauty and versatility. The ample heads produce tight rosettes of thick crisp leaves that are deep green tipped with red. Four Seasons is absolutely one of the best eating varieties anywhere, and it is heat tolerant. Lettuce grows best when the temperatures are in the 60’s. Press seeds into soil, but do not cover, keep soil moist. Thin young seedlings to 12-18” apart. 45-55 days.
Approx. 1,000 seeds,1/2 tsp