This is the oldest and best known of the "herbs" that were grown even by the
After gradually being developed in the Mediterranean basin, romaine was introduced
into France by the Avignon popes and developed there from the 15th century onward.
Its flavor and texture are reminiscent to a tasty mix of butter lettuce giving it
a sweet flavor and the crispness of romaine.
This is a flavorful lettuce with subtle anise overtones.
Lettuce Little Gem Romaine loves robust dressings and vinaigrettes.
It’s a perfect companion for bacon, croutons, Parmesan and mustard.
Lettuce Little Gem Romaine is rich in calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium,
sodium, beta-carotene, vitamins A, B and C.