Lettuce
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Asia, Europe, Mediterranean

Lettuce is a hardy annual plant of the daisy family. It is most often grown as a leaf vegetable whose succulent leaves are used especially in salads. The nutritional value of lettuce varies with the variety. Lettuce in general provides small amounts of dietary fiber, some carbohydrates, a little protein and a trace of fat. Its most important nutrients are vitamin A and potassium.

Lettuce Mix 
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Mediterranean

Lettuce mix combines delicate head lettuce leaves with crunchy stem lettuce. Types of lettuce in traditional lettuce mix include Boston lettuce, garden lettuce, cutting lettuce, romaine lettuce,and celtuce, grown for its tasty stalk with a celery-like flavor. Mixed lettuce seeds can be sprouted and used in salads or sandwiches.

Red Leaf Lettuce 
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Asia, Europe

Red leaf lettuce actually refers to a group of lettuces, all with red or purple leaves. Like other lettuces, red leaf lettuce is virtually calorie-free and high in Vitamin A. Due to its high water content, red leaf lettuce is rarely cooked, and it cannot be frozen. It is a beautiful addition to salads.

Romaine Lettuce
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Mediterranean

Romaine lettuce grows in tall heads of sturdy leaves with crunchy stalks. Like other dark leafy greens, romaine contains antioxidants that many believe help to prevent the growth of cancers. Due to its high water content, romaine is almost never cooked, and it cannot be frozen.

Recipes
Red Leaf Salad with Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Romaine Salad with Parmesan Dressing
Cranberry Almond Salad
GRILLED ROMAINE LETTUCE SALAD WITH BLUE CHEESE AND BACON
Hot or Cold Creamy Lettuce Soup Recipe

Lettuce
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Asia, Europe, Mediterranean

Lettuce is a hardy annual plant of the daisy family. It is most often grown as a leaf vegetable whose succulent leaves are used especially in salads. The nutritional value of lettuce varies with the variety. Lettuce in general provides small amounts of dietary fiber, some carbohydrates, a little protein and a trace of fat. Its most important nutrients are vitamin A and potassium.

Lettuce Mix 
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Mediterranean

Lettuce mix combines delicate head lettuce leaves with crunchy stem lettuce. Types of lettuce in traditional lettuce mix include Boston lettuce, garden lettuce, cutting lettuce, romaine lettuce,and celtuce, grown for its tasty stalk with a celery-like flavor. Mixed lettuce seeds can be sprouted and used in salads or sandwiches.

Red Leaf Lettuce 
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Asia, Europe

Red leaf lettuce actually refers to a group of lettuces, all with red or purple leaves. Like other lettuces, red leaf lettuce is virtually calorie-free and high in Vitamin A. Due to its high water content, red leaf lettuce is rarely cooked, and it cannot be frozen. It is a beautiful addition to salads.

Romaine Lettuce
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Mediterranean

Romaine lettuce grows in tall heads of sturdy leaves with crunchy stalks. Like other dark leafy greens, romaine contains antioxidants that many believe help to prevent the growth of cancers. Due to its high water content, romaine is almost never cooked, and it cannot be frozen.

Recipes
Red Leaf Salad with Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Romaine Salad with Parmesan Dressing
Cranberry Almond Salad
GRILLED ROMAINE LETTUCE SALAD WITH BLUE CHEESE AND BACON
Hot or Cold Creamy Lettuce Soup Recipe

Lettuce
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Asia, Europe, Mediterranean

Lettuce is a hardy annual plant of the daisy family. It is most often grown as a leaf vegetable whose succulent leaves are used especially in salads. The nutritional value of lettuce varies with the variety. Lettuce in general provides small amounts of dietary fiber, some carbohydrates, a little protein and a trace of fat. Its most important nutrients are vitamin A and potassium.

Lettuce Mix 
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Mediterranean

Lettuce mix combines delicate head lettuce leaves with crunchy stem lettuce. Types of lettuce in traditional lettuce mix include Boston lettuce, garden lettuce, cutting lettuce, romaine lettuce,and celtuce, grown for its tasty stalk with a celery-like flavor. Mixed lettuce seeds can be sprouted and used in salads or sandwiches.

Red Leaf Lettuce 
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Asia, Europe

Red leaf lettuce actually refers to a group of lettuces, all with red or purple leaves. Like other lettuces, red leaf lettuce is virtually calorie-free and high in Vitamin A. Due to its high water content, red leaf lettuce is rarely cooked, and it cannot be frozen. It is a beautiful addition to salads.

Romaine Lettuce
Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa
Country of Origin: Mediterranean

Romaine lettuce grows in tall heads of sturdy leaves with crunchy stalks. Like other dark leafy greens, romaine contains antioxidants that many believe help to prevent the growth of cancers. Due to its high water content, romaine is almost never cooked, and it cannot be frozen.

Recipes
Red Leaf Salad with Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Romaine Salad with Parmesan Dressing
Cranberry Almond Salad
GRILLED ROMAINE LETTUCE SALAD WITH BLUE CHEESE AND BACON
Hot or Cold Creamy Lettuce Soup Recipe