- Flower nameLactuca sativa
- Scientific nameLactuca sativa l
- Aliasツツミナ, 包み菜, Lactuca sativa, チマ・サンチェ, Sangchu, Korean lettuce
- Place of originMediterranean coast and western Asia
- Place of floweringField
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
What is Lactuca sativa
Lactuca sativa, sangchu, Korean lettuce (scientific name: Lactuca sativa l) is an annual and biennial herbaceous vegetable in the family Asteraceae, native to the Mediterranean and Western Asia. It is a type of lettuce (also called dicha). It is a kind of lettuce (also called escarpment) and is called endive when it is budding. Sangchu are non-binding oyster mushrooms (scraped endive). Green Lettuce(scientific name: Lactuca sativa var. crispa) is , also, the same type as sangchu. The leaves are oblong and wrinkled, with green on the sides and light green on the underside. As the leaves grow, they are plucked (scraped) and eaten one after the other. It is used to wrap grilled meat in Korean cuisine. It tastes similar to salad greens and has little or no peculiarity.
Common Name: Sangchu, Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa l, also known as Tsutsumina, Chima Sanche, Korean lettuce, Origin: Mediterranean, Western Asia, plant height: 20-30 cm, Flower Color: Yellow, Flower diameter: 1-2 cm, Shipping Period: All year round, Leaf color: green, Leaf shape: oblong with a pointed tip, Leaves: shrunken, Use: edible, Cooking method: wrapped around grilled meat.