Harvest larger and older outer leaves to make room for younger center leaves to grow. Cut lettuce leaves at the base to harvest.
Alternatively, cut the top ⅔ of the entire head to harvest a bunch at once. The remaining ⅓ will grow back and can be harvested again in a few weeks.
Native to Europe, this heirloom romaine was bred in Austria and called “Forellenschluss”. Don’t worry, it doesn’t taste like fish! It is a heavily prized variety of romaine that is more tender and buttery than most Cos species, and gets its name from the trout speckled pattern on its leaves.
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