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Celitc Batavia lettuce

This French variety forms filled, open heads with beautifully curled leaves. It is great for market stands and organic producers. It is suitable for spring and autumn cultivation with precision seeding right into the field. High resistance (HR) to Bremia (Bl:16–33EU), Lettuce Leaf Aphids (Nr:0), and Lettuce Mosaic Virus (LMV:1).

Sow from March to April in seedling trays. Transplant seedlings into the open field from April at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular irrigation. Intercropping with other vegetables works exceptionally well.

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Reine des Glaces (Queen of the ice) Batavia lettuce

This traditional Batavian lettuce from Savoy is a true specialty. The ruffled and frayed dark-green leaves give variety on the plate, yet are also very crisp. It grows well in spring and autumn cultivation. It looks especially great at the market stand. It is suitable for mountain areas and precision seeding directly into the field.

Sow from March to April in seedling trays. Transplant seedlings into the open field from April to May at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. For autumn crops, sow in July. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular irrigation. Intercropping with other vegetables works exceptionally well.

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Amboise Batavia lettuce

The excellent, red Batavian lettuce has loose, curly leaves. The red colour will liven up any plate turning the plane to gourmet. It catches eyes in the market—bringing in buyers. It is suitable for precision seeding and has high resistance (HR) to Bremia (Bl:16–27, 29, 30, 32–35EU) and Lettuce Leaf Aphids (Nr:0).

Sow from March to April in seedling trays. Transplant seedlings into the open field from April at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular irrigation. Intercropping with other vegetables works exceptionally well.

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Gotham Batavia Batavia lettuce

Batavian lettuces are popular in French-speaking Switzerland. It is crisp like iceberg lettuce, but it resembles leaf lettuce. It also has more colour and flavour than iceberg lettuce. It also has firm ruffled leaf edges on its filled, open heads. It is perfect for market sellers and organic producers. Grow from spring until autumn. Precision seed directly into the field. High resistance (HR) to Bremia (Bl:16–35EU).

Sow from March to April in seedling trays. Transplant seedlings into the open field from April at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular irrigation. Intercropping with other vegetables works exceptionally well.

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Parinice oak leaf lettuce Oak leaf lettuce, Lattughino

This light oak-leaf lettuce has a glossy colour. The undulating leaves brighten up salad bowls. The compact heads are uniformly and beautifully shaped. This variety is very heat resistant. It doesn’t even bolt in summer, which makes it popular for organic producers and market gardeners. It gives a reliable supply. It can be precision seeded directly to the field.

This light oak-leaf lettuce has a glossy colour. The undulating leaves brighten up salad bowls. The compact heads are uniformly and beautifully shaped. This variety is very heat resistant. It doesn’t even bolt in summer, which makes it popular for organic producers and market gardeners. It gives a reliable supply. It can be precision seeded directly to the field.

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Lollo Rosso Oak leaf lettuce, Lattughino

The strongly curled leaves have intense red colouration. Lollo Rossa is simply elegant and delicious. It is suitable for spring and autumn cultivation.

For picking leaf lettuce, sow from mid-March with follow-up crops in the beginning of September with rows 15–20 cm apart. You can harvest 2–3 times per planting. For head lettuce, sow in March into seedling trays. Transplant at the 3- to 5-leaf stage into the open field at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. The loose heads will develop. Salad connoisseurs particularly enjoy this crop. Our varieties are especially suited for gourmet food aficionados.

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Poschiavo Oak leaf lettuce, Lattughino

We highly recommend this “head” lettuce. We are proud to maintain this old heirloom variety. It is a dark red lattughino with hazy green flares. Not only does it liven up the aesthetics of the salad bowl, but the remarkably crisp midrib gives substance for a hearty salad.

For picking leaf lettuce, sow from mid-March with follow-up crops in the beginning of September with rows 15–20 cm apart. You can harvest 2–3 times per planting. For head lettuce, sow in March into seedling trays. Transplant at the 3- to 5-leaf stage into the open field at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. The loose heads will develop. Salad connoisseurs particularly enjoy this crop. Our varieties are especially suited for gourmet food aficionados.

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Italian Green Oak leaf lettuce, Lattughino

This versatile lettuce is suitable for picking leaves or growing head lettuce. It makes a flavourful and tasty salad. The leaves are very wavy which gives added texture to the salad bowl. Great for picking or cutting the whole head.

For picking leaf lettuce, sow from mid-March with follow-up crops in the beginning of September with rows 15–20 cm apart. You can harvest 2–3 times per planting. For head lettuce, sow in March into seedling trays. Transplant at the 3- to 5-leaf stage into the open field at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. The loose heads will develop. Salad connoisseurs particularly enjoy this crop. Our varieties are especially suited for gourmet food aficionados.

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Rossino oak leaf lettuce Oak leaf lettuce, Lattughino

This oak-leaf lettuce is incredibly crisp. It is fresh and rich in flavour. The red and green coloured undulating leaves are characterized by full and thick growth. It bolts late also. It is robust and healthy—ideal for home gardens and market gardeners.

Sow from March to August in seedling trays. Transplant in late April and onwards at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm in the open field. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular watering. Intercrop with other vegetables for efficiency and variety.

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Rossino Oak leaf lettuce, Lattughino

Crispy fresh oakleaf lettuce producing compact heads. Ideally suited for the home gardener!

Plant in seed trays from March-April. Plant in the open land from April-May at a distance of 30x30cm.Lettuce is thankful for ripe compost and regular watering. Grow in mixed plant cultures with various vegetables.

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Butterhead Grazer Leaf lettuce

The robust and firm lettuce has a slightly reddish head which livens up the garden and salad bowl. It is crisp and fresh. Grow from spring to autumn.

Sow from March and onwards into seedling trays. Transplant at the 3–5 leaf stage. Plant out in April to the open field at 30 ✕ 30 cm spacing. It is great for intercropping with other vegetables.

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Unicum Leaf lettuce

The dark-green leaves are nicely speckled with red dots. This optical conspicuousness is only one of its delightful features. It also has heavy, crisp heads which fill the salad bowl. This lettuce bolts late, so it is suitable for spring and fall cultivation. We highly recommend it!

Sow from March and onwards into seedling trays. Transplant at the 3–5 leaf stage. Plant out in April to the open field at 30 ✕ 30 cm spacing. It is great for intercropping with other vegetables.

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Tägerwiler Head lettuce

This beautiful and healthy-growing lettuce is great for both spring and fall cultivation. This variety is spared by slugs to some degree.

Sow from March to April in seedling trays. Transplant seedlings into the open field from April to May at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. For autumn crops, sow in July. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular irrigation. Intercropping with other vegetables works exceptionally well.

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Rosso di Trento Head lettuce

This extremely crisp lettuce comes to us from Tentino in Northern Italy. The loose head is green on the inside, but shifts to a beautiful deep red on the leaf edges. It is slightly bitter as the Italians enjoy it, and is very resistant to blights and diseases.

Sow from March onward in seedling trays. Transplant seedlings at the 3–5 leaf stage into the open field from April to May at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. Intercropping with other vegetables works exceptionally well.

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Pia butterhead lettuce Head lettuce

This is the fastest growing spring lettuce and it is also beautiful and tender. Because of this speed and quality, many organic farmers prefer this variety. It is great for early crops at the produce stand.

Sow from March to April in seedling trays. Transplant seedlings into the open field from April to May at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. For autumn crops, sow in July. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular irrigation. Intercropping with other vegetables works exceptionally well.

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Red butterhead Head lettuce

This tender red-leaved lettuce is great for spring and autumn cultivation. Since not all heads mature at the same time, this lettuce is ideal for a continuous supply. It is the choice for having fresh salads on demand, whenever you want them.

Sow from March to April in seedling trays. Transplant seedlings into the open field from April to May at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. For autumn crops, sow in July. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular irrigation. Intercropping with other vegetables works exceptionally well.

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Cocodelo (small headed) Head lettuce

This small-headed, dark-green lettuce has a firm core. The leaves are fleshy, crisp, and extraordinarily sweet. The sweetness and lack of bitterness makes it resemble romaine lettuce. Because it rarely bolts, it is regarded as a year-round lettuce.

Sow from March 20 to July 10 in seedling trays. Four weeks later, transplant in the field at a spacing of 25 ✕ 25 cm. Harvest from May 20 continuously for a fresh supply.

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Wonder of the Four Seasons Head lettuce

This time-tested heirloom variety is a true wonder! Like almost no other lettuce, this variety can be planted most of the year. It does not bolt fast in the heat, so it lets us keep indulging in its delicious salad greens on even the hottest days. It yields a delicate, medium-sized head with reddish leaves and a bright-green crunchy heart.

Sow from March to July in seedling trays. Transplant to the field at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. Lettuce likes regular watering.

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Trout salad butterhead lettuce Head lettuce

Household gardners love this butterhead lettuce. The shape of trout lettuce leaves is similar to romaine lettuce. In this variety, the outer leaves have dark, red spots while the inner ones have yellow to red dots. It is not only decorative, but also has a crisp texture and fine taste.

Sow from March and onwards into seedling trays. Transplant at the 3–5 leaf stage. Transplant from April to May to the open field at 30 ✕ 30 cm spacing. For autumn crops, sow in July. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular watering. It is great for intercropping with other vegetables.

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Summer of Kagran Head lettuce

With Kagran lettuce you will have salad from the beginning of June all the way to October! This old, Austrian variety sends up its shoots slowly. So it is a perfect heirloom variety for summer cultivation. With its crisp leaves it gives a reliable lettuce and quality salad that you expect in the bowl.

Sow from March to April in seedling trays. Transplant seedlings into the open field from April to May at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular irrigation. Intercropping with other vegetables works exceptionally well.

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Deer tongue Head lettuce

The leaf is shaped like a deer’s tongue. The small heads give dark green lettuce with a firm core. The leaves are fleshy, crisp, and of extraordinary sweetness. The sweetness and lack of bitterness makes it resemble romaine lettuce in flavour. It rarely bolts, so it can be grown all season. We added this rare variety to our selection and propagation to share it with growers like you.

Sow from March 20 to July 10. Transplant seedlings at a distance of 25 ✕ 25 cm four weeks later. Harvest from May 20 and onward.

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Vilandry Head lettuce

This French variety comes from the Loire Valley. It brings beautiful, compact heads to your garden. The bottom is flat, firm and healthy. Thanks to its high resistance to many pests and pathogens, it is perfect for commercial growers. It sells very well in farmers’ markets. Precision seed directly into the field for beautiful, full rows. High resistance (HR) to Bremia (Bl:16–35EU), Lettuce Leaf Aphids (Nr:0), and intermediate resistance (IR) to Lettuce Mosaic Virus (LMV:1).

Sow from March to April in seedling trays. Transplant seedlings into the open field from April to May at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. For autumn crops, sow in July. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular irrigation. Intercropping with other vegetables works exceptionally well.

FM 2040

  • Colour:
    • Dark green leaf colour
  • Characteristics:
      <> Grain weight: 0.27 g / 1000 seeds, approximately 3700 seeds per g.
    • Offers excellent leaf uniformity when harvesting.
    • Strong serrated blade, from the first cut.
    • Rustic and very smooth.
    • Rucola shoots quickly.
  • Application:
    • Very commonly used variety.
    • Suitable for both winter and summer cultivation.
    • The driving distance is 10 to 15 cm and the seed quantity is 3 to 4 gr. per m2.
    • In the summer, the plants can be harvested after 2 to 3 weeks.
    • In the spring and autumn this can take up to 5 weeks.
    • Sowing: 1200 seeds / m2.
    • Seed spacing in the row: 0.75 to 1 cm.
    • Growth days: 6 to 7 weeks.

G.1000 seeds

FM 2040

  • Colour:
    • Dark green leaf colour
  • Characteristics:
      <> Grain weight: 0.27 g / 1000 seeds, approximately 3700 seeds per g.
    • Offers excellent leaf uniformity when harvesting.
    • Strong serrated blade, from the first cut.
    • Rustic and very smooth.
    • Rucola shoots quickly.
  • Application:
    • Very commonly used variety.
    • Suitable for both winter and summer cultivation.
    • The driving distance is 10 to 15 cm and the seed quantity is 3 to 4 gr. per m2.
    • In the summer, the plants can be harvested after 2 to 3 weeks.
    • In the spring and autumn this can take up to 5 weeks.
    • Sowing: 1200 seeds / m2.
    • Seed spacing in the row: 0.75 to 1 cm.
    • Growth days: 6 to 7 weeks.