Lettuce ? Black Seeded Simpson
Developed by Peter Henderson of New York back in 1870, this crisp leaf lettuce is still the most popular leaf lettuce grown in America today.
This fine loose heading variety produces a compact bunch of crisp brittle leaves of excellent flavor in a very short time.
Plant seed outdoors as soon as the ground can be worked. Plant in rows 15 inches apart spacing seeds 1 inch apart. When plants are 3 to 4 inches tall, thin plants to space 6 inches apart.
Lettuce can be planted until August.
Matures in 45 days.
Net weight 1.1 G (Estimated 900 seeds)
Bulk Heirloom Lettuce seed available.
20000 Seeds/oz. Plant 1/4oz per 100ft row.
1lb of Heirloom Lettuce seed needed per acre. 4oz needed per acre if using transplants.
Average Heirloom Lettuce yield per acre -833 Crates
On average, 1oz of seed can produce 1500 Heirloom Lettuce plants.