Hardy heirloom strain with sweet flavor and crisp texture. Fast-growing. Medium-slow to blot, resists tipburn. Named after Parris Island, SC, this heirloom variety bred by the USDA and Clemson University was introduced in 1952. The sweet flavor and crisp texture have earned it a devoted following. Growing to about 10-12″ tall, the large heads have deep green leaves that turn to a creamy yellowish-white at the heart. Highly disease resistant.
Paris Island Cos (Romaine) Lettuce
$2.95 – $13.95
Hardy heirloom strain with sweet flavor and crisp texture. Fast-growing. Medium-slow to blot, resists tipburn.
Maroon-red, deeply cut and finely divided leaves, very attractive in tossed salad. Red Salad Bowl is a long-standing, slow-to-bolt and early maturing lettuce that grows well all season and can be harvested over period of time. Its maroon-red, deeply cut and finely divided leaves are crisp and delicious and make an eye-catching addition mixed with green lettuce.
All-America Selections winner. Extremely popular lettuce with luscious, buttery texture. Customer Favorite! This extremely popular lettuce has a luscious, buttery texture.
Delicious, flavorful lettuce brings color and zest to salads. The red coloring develops best in cool weather. A good variety for specialty markets. Super Red Romaine Lettuce has long crunchy spoon shaped leaves that start green and turn to an intense red.
With its gorgeous green and burgundy foliage, this sweet, loose forming salad green makes a wonderful addition to salads. Prefers full-sun exposure. Comes to maturity in 40-50 days.
Even after 150 years it's one of the most tender leaf lettuces. Customer Favorite! Hugely popular for over 150 years, it's one of the most tender and delicately flavored leaf lettuces ever bred. The ruffled leaves are large with an appealing green color. Simpson is well adapted to a wide range of climates and is still the best for early spring sowing.