Lettuce: Leaf: Oak Leaf

Lettuce: Leaf: Oak Leaf - Seeds & Bulbs

Lettuce - Leaf
Oak Leaf

This old-time favorite makes classy mixed salads and stays tasty, even in heat and drought. This is a great choice for late lettuce. Very attractive oak leaf-shaped leaves don't get bitter, and can be grown indoors in containers. One packet plants five 10-foot rows.

Days to Maturity: 45
When to Sow Outside: Early Spring, 3 to 4 weeks before last frost, and successive plantings every 3 weeks. Skip the hottest part of summer.
When to Sow Inside: Six weeks before last frost and in summer when outside temperatures are too warm for the seeds to germinate.
Seed Depth: 1/8"
Seed Spacing: 1"
Row Spacing: 6"
Days to Emerge: 5 - 10
Thinning: When 1/2" tall thin to 6" apart

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