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Red lettuce seeds - curly Lolo Rossa Lettuce

Red lettuce seeds - curly Lolo Rossa Lettuce
Red lettuce seeds - curly Lolo Rossa Lettuce
  • Model: VSG0054
  • Packing / number of seeds: 2 g pack (about 2400 seeds)
  • Sowing rate.
  • Harvest.
  • Sowing period.
  • March toApril
  • Rows
  • 45 - 50 days.
  • Fruitingcharacteristics: Rosettes with ruffled leaves, finally with reddish-brown colour. Very tasty variety with tender foliage.

Internet garden center is very pleased to provide you with information about a new type of seeds of red lettuce Lolo Bionda. Known and recognizable for its curly and very tasty leaves.

Red lettuce is cold and drought tolerant, its seeds germinate at 1 to 3 degrees Celsius and the optimum temperature for growing in our area is in the range of 15 to 20 degrees Celsius.

This variety of red lettuce salads makes huge flower heads and yields well when grown properly. If you watch the curly red lettuce well, they will grow as well as possible, with heads that can reach 400 to 550 grams.

Among the qualities for which Lolo Rosa lettuces are renowned are their cold hardiness and drought tolerance.

This variety of red curly lettuce is favoured not only for its great taste but also for its appearance. Its interesting reddish colour makes it recognisable against other green lettuces and much sought after as a spectacular finishing touch to any salad or dish in a fancy restaurant.

Lolo Rosa red lettuce is very popular and used in our country. It does not require too much care, is not expensive and pays off handsomely with a yield that will make an incredibly pleasant impression. This red lettuce is one of the most sought after in our country, both in restaurants and for home use.

Professionals and amateurs alike use red curly lettuce annually to enrich their table. It is suitable for salad, dressing, dish.

Experts from the team always recommend Lolo Rosa curly lettuce seeds to both professional gardeners and amateurs who want to have something fresh and tasty on their table in every season.

You can sow lettuce seeds as early as February in polytunnels, or if you want them outdoors, in early March. Spaced 20 cm apart and 30 cm apart between the rows.

You'll get crisp rosettes with curly leaves tinged red-brown at the tip of the leaves.

Suggestion for a quick tasty salad: wash the lettuces, pat dry and cut into large pieces. Wash, peel and dice the pink tomato. Wash the peppers, remove the stems and seeds and cut them into small cubes. Mix the vegetables in a deep bowl and season with salt, olive oil and lemon juice. Toss the salad and serve immediately. Drink of your choice!

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