Our lettuce seeds are crispy and bursting with flavor, making them the perfect addition to any meal or snack.
Plus, they’re packed with health benefits, including being rich in antioxidants and healthy fats, making them a guilt-free indulgence.
Whether you’re a health enthusiast, a foodie, or simply love a tasty and nutritious snack, our lettuce seed collection is guaranteed to satisfy your cravings.
Parris Island Romaine Seeds$6 Add to cart
Green Curled Ruffec Endive Seeds$7 – $14 Select options
Cimmaron Red Romaine Lettuce Seeds$7 – $14 Select options
Mesclun Mix Lettuce Seeds$7 – $15 Select options
Buttercrunch Butterhead Lettuce Seeds$7 – $15 Select options
Tom Thumb Lettuce Seeds$6 – $19 Select options
Freckles Romaine Lettuce Seeds$7 – $14 Select options
Ruby Red Lettuce Seeds$7 – $13 Select options
Gourmet Mix Lettuce Greens Seeds$7 – $14 Select options
Broadleaf Batavian Endive Seeds$8 – $16 Select options
Salad Bowl Leaf Lettuce Seeds$7 – $15 Select options
Crisphead Iceberg Lettuce Seeds$7 – $15 Select options
Parris Island Romaine Lettuce Seeds$8 – $14 Select options
Endive Sugar Loaf$6 Add to cart
Buttercrunch Lettuce$7 Add to cart
Lettuce Seeds FAQ
A lettuce seed is a small, hard seed that is used to grow lettuce plants.
To plant lettuce seeds, prepare a sunny or partially shaded area in your garden with well-draining soil.
Sow the seeds in a shallow trench, about 1/4 inch deep and 6 inches apart.
Water the seeds regularly and thin out any overcrowded seedlings as needed.
Lettuce seeds can be planted in the spring, as soon as the soil can be worked, or in the fall in mild climates.
Lettuce seeds generally take about 7-14 days to germinate.
Lettuce typically takes about 30-70 days to reach maturity, depending on the variety.
Yes, lettuce seeds can be saved and used to grow more lettuce.
It is important to select seeds from healthy, high-quality lettuce plants to ensure a strong, productive crop.
Yes, there are many different types of lettuce seeds available, including butterhead, romaine, leaf, and crisphead varieties.
Yes, lettuce seeds can be grown indoors in pots or containers with a soil-less seed starting mix.
Make sure to provide plenty of light and keep the soil moist, but not waterlogged.
When the seedlings are large enough, they can be transplanted outdoors.
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