This French variety forms filled, open heads with beautifully curled leaves. It is great for market stands and organic producers. It is suitable for spring and autumn cultivation with precision seeding right into the field. High resistance (HR) to Bremia (Bl:16–33EU), Lettuce Leaf Aphids (Nr:0), and Lettuce Mosaic Virus (LMV:1).
Sow from March to April in seedling trays. Transplant seedlings into the open field from April at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. Lettuce responds well to mature compost and regular irrigation. Intercropping with other vegetables works exceptionally well.
Sowing quantity 3 - 5 g/Are