Paris Island Cos Romaine – Lettuce

3.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$0.99

About Parris Island Cos Lettuce: Parris Island Cos, a Romaine type heirloom lettuce named for an island off the cost of South Carolina, was introduced 1952. Wild lettuce, however, from which modern lettuce is derived, originated in Asia Minor. The ancient historian Herodotus records its presence on the tables of 6th century Persian kings, and throughout the following centuries it became a popular crop all over Europe. Columbus brought it with him to the New World, starting its spread over the North American continent. Without a doubt, lettuce now holds a place in nearly every garden on the globe.

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Heirloom?

Maturity

Best Feature

Patio Friendly?

Appearance
1000 Yes45 daysHeat TolerantYesMassive romain leaves, some of the largest, crispest, and nutrient dense of the crisphead varieties.

 

 

About Parris Island Cos Lettuce: Parris Island Cos, a Romaine type heirloom lettuce named for an island off the cost of South Carolina, was introduced 1952. Wild lettuce, however, from which modern lettuce is derived, originated in Asia Minor. The ancient historian Herodotus records its presence on the tables of 6th century Persian kings, and throughout the following centuries it became a popular crop all over Europe. Columbus brought it with him to the New World, starting its spread over the North American continent. Without a doubt, lettuce now holds a place in nearly every garden on the globe.

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Weight0.04 oz

4 reviews for Paris Island Cos Romaine – Lettuce

  1. 2 out of 5

    That seems a lot like the calendar here in WI. I’m getitng spring fever something fierce. I even bought seeds a few weeks ago even though we’re get…

  2. 4 out of 5

    Didn’t get a good crop. Bolted quickly.

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Great germination rate, and tons of seeds in the pack for only $0.99! No complaints!

  4. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Seemed to bolt early for a cos variety. Still tasted great.

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