Anuenue Lettuce

[Introduced 1987. Developed at U. of Hawaii.] Anuenue is the Hawaiian name for “rainbow” (pronounced “ahnu-ee-nu-ee”). Seed is able to germinate at higher soil temperatures (above 80oF). Resembles a crisphead lettuce with bright glossy green leaves. Heat-tolerant and bolt-resistant. Recommended for all lettuce growing seasons. 50 days. Approximately 400-600 seeds, depending on the variety.

Good to start from seed in these months:

North Florida: January-April, September-December

Central Florida: January-March, September-December

South Florida: January-February, October-December

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[Introduced 1987. Developed at U. of Hawaii.] Anuenue is the Hawaiian name for “rainbow” (pronounced “ahnu-ee-nu-ee”). Seed is able to germinate at higher soil temperatures (above 80oF). Resembles a crisphead lettuce with bright glossy green leaves. Heat-tolerant and bolt-resistant. Recommended for all lettuce growing seasons. 50 days. Approximately 400-600 seeds, depending on variety

Good to start from seed in these months:

North Florida: January-April, September-December

Central Florida: January-March, September-December

South Florida: January-February, October-December

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