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Rouge Grenoblais Lettuce

A lovely, delicious, French crisphead/butterhead variety favored by many a continental chef. Leaves are green on the lower half and become redder and redder as you get higher on the leaf to a brilliant red tinge on the upper edge. Heat resistant and slow to bolt, also can be over-wintered in appropriate climates. 

500 seeds

PLANTING

Germination: 4-10 days

Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 60-75 degrees F. Soil above 75 degrees F inhibits germination.

Seed Sowing Depth: ¼ inch deep

Outside Sowing: Spring when soil temperature reaches at least 50 degrees F. Sow 1” apart, thin to 6-12”, depending on the size of lettuce you want, baby to full heads. Keep soil moist during germination. Sow every 2-3 weeks for a longer harvest period. Sow heavy seeded rows every 10-14 days for baby greens using the 1 oz. Pinetree Lettuce Mix.

Starting Indoors:  3-4 weeks before planting outsideSow 2-3 seeds per cell/pot, thinning to one per cell/pot. Provide 60-70 degrees F soil temperatures. Transplant out, 8-12” apart in rows 12” apart.

How much does a packet plant: 25 foot single row  

Harvest: Cut whole heads at base or snipe off individual leaves.  

Tips: Lettuce needs fertile soil for optimum growth. Work in compost or well rotted manure into your soil before planting. Provide adequate, even moisture for the best growth. Mulching helps retain moisture.

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    CB
    04/30/2018
    Carol B.
    United States

    Best leaf lettuce

    I have grown this the past 2 years and it is my favorite. It's tender like Oak leaf but has large leaves that are easier to pick individually. It's darker green than the Simpson types and there is not too much red so I still have green in my salad. Also it's very slow to bolt. It's the perfect leaf lettuce and I have not found anything to compare.

    H
    12/03/2016
    Heidi

    Gorgeous succulent lettuce

    My husband's favorite crop to grow here in Vermont is lettuce. His favorite lettuce to grow, the one that holds up best for us in both the heat and the cold, is Sierra, a Batavian lettuce from France that is also called Gloire du Dauphiné. For a handful of years, I have been trying hard to find some other varieties of lettuce that are equal to Sierra. Well I finally had success with Rouge Grenoblais! It is a gorgeous lettuce that looked much more beautiful than the picture here shows. For us it had more red color, and more stunning contrast between the red and green parts of the leaves. It held up well in both the heat and the cold. (We will need to grow it for another year to see if it holds up as well as Sierra.) The texture and flavor were excellent. It did not get bitter. A friend of mine is from France. She claims the lettuce that they grow there is much better than here. She might be right. I love this lettuce!