Lettuce 'Forellenschluss'

Lactuca sativa

‘Forellenschluss’ translates loosely as ‘speckled trout’ and it’s easy to see why! The lime-green leaves of this Austrian heirloom are splashed with maroon, reminiscent of the markings on a trout’s back. It’s decorative in the garden and on the plate.

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Lettuce 'Forellenschluss'

Forellenschluss translates loosely to 'speckled trout' and it's easy to see why! The lime-green leaves of this Austrian heirloom are splashed with maroon - reminiscent of the markings on a trout's back. It's decorative in the garden and on the plate.

How to grow

The best lettuces are grown fast. Grow them in beds that have just been vacated by peas or beans as all leaf crops, especially lettuce, enjoy plenty of nitrogen. Loose soil with plenty of organic matter will retain moisture and added potash will see them grow without check. Premature bolting and subsequent bitterness is usually the result of stress caused by poor transplanting techniques, damage to their shallow roots, lack of fertilizer or lack of water during hot periods. Mulch well to conserve moisture.

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