Butterhead lettuce "Bona" belongs to the tastiest varieties intended for all-season cultivation. It produces medium large heads consisting of densely packed, large, soft, yet firm, pale green leaves. It is highly valued for its great, tender taste. Green, low-calorie leaves that are full of vitamins should be harvested from the furrows as the need arises, for sandwiches, salads and garnishes.
The "Bona" butterhead lettuce is recommended to be cultivated for spring, summer and autumn harvest. Seeds can be sown under heated covers in late winter, while field cultivation should start in spring and summer. That way we will be able to harvest nicely formed heads from April until June and then from August to September. In order to ensure rich crops you only need to provide the plant with a well-lit site with a permeable, aerated, humous, yet not overdrying soil.
Each package contains 1 g of "Bona" butterhead lettuce seeds. Package information contains a growing guide and the sow-by date.
- Weight: 1 g
- Use: direct consumption - sandwiches, salads, garnishes
- Harvest time: April - June and August - September
- Growth form: heads
- Foliage: large, soft, firm, pale green
- Site: sunny; permeable, aerated, humous soil