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LETTUCE Winter Density Seeds

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The variety Lettuce Winter Density is a popular English lettuce variety incorporating the best traits of both butterhead and romaine lettuce varieties into a semi-cos form, thus delivering an all round winner with sweet and crisp leaves, in a quick-growing and robust plant. Lettuce Winter Density is slightly larger (20cm tall) growing variety than the Lettuce Little Gem Mini Cos variety. Lettuce Winter Density is popular due its mildly sweet flavour and ultra-crispy texture, making it ideal for Caesar salads and other culinary delights. One of the real advantages of Lettuce Winter Density is its slow-bolt nature, where most varieties generally bolt (flower) as the weather gets warmer, Lettuce Winter Density remains in a vegetative phase, which means the plants and leaves can be harvested for an extended period. This popular variety is generally resistant to common pests and diseases that typically affect vegetable gardens and remain harvestable (do not go to flower) for an extended duration. This variety is a favourite for the home vegie-garden, as it is easy to grow and is generally harvested only 6 - 8 weeks from first sowing, therefore providing quick rewards.

Advantages of Lettuce Winter Density

  • Semi-Cos type of lettuce
  • Quick-growing and ideal for salads
  • Early harvest variety (6 - 8 weeks from sowing)
  • Easy to grow, particularly if direct seeded
  • Generally disease-free if planted in full sun


  • 15 - 20cm height at maturity
  • 20 - 25cm apart is suitable planting distance
  • Prefers full sun but will grow in part shade
  • Suitable for pots and will grow in most regions of Australia
  • Annual vegetable

Seed Sowing Instructions

  • Easy to follow seed propagation notes are provided with every seed purchase
  • Seeds of this variety are best started in seed raising mix or Jiffy® pellets before planting into the garden

What am I Purchasing?

  • Premium seeds of Lettuce Winter Density
  • Easy to follow seed propagation notes