Here is the French Lentil, Lens culinaris. French lentils are a variety of green lentils. They are special because they hold their shape extremely well, better than pretty much any other type of lentils — so they are the ideal contender for salads as well as light soups, when you'd rather the lentils in the pot not turn to mush. Lentils can grow on various soil types, from sand to clay loam, growing best in deep sandy loam soils with moderate fertility. A soil pH around 7 would be the best. Lentils do not tolerate flooding or water-logged conditions. Open pollinated 54 to 81 days.
Here is the French Lentil, Lens culinaris. French lentils are a variety of green lentils. They are special because they hold their shape extremely well, better than pretty much any other type of lentils — so they are the ideal contender for salads as well as light soups, when you'd rather the lentils in the pot not turn to mush. Lentils can grow on various soil types, from sand to clay loam, growing best in deep sandy loam soils with moderate fertility. A soil pH around 7 would be the best. Lentils do not tolerate flooding or water-logged conditions. Open pollinated 54 to 81 days.
Here is the French Lentil, Lens culinaris. French lentils are a variety of green lentils. They are special because they hold their shape extremely well, better than pretty much any other type of lentils — so they are the ideal contender for salads as well as light soups, when you'd rather the lentils in the pot not turn to mush. Lentils can grow on various soil types, from sand to clay loam, growing best in deep sandy loam soils with moderate fertility. A soil pH around 7 would be the best. Lentils do not tolerate flooding or water-logged conditions. Open pollinated 54 to 81 days.

French Lentil

Lens culinaris

Here is the French Lentil, Lens culinaris. French lentils are a variety of green lentils. They are special because they hold their shape extremely well, better than pretty much any other type of lentils — so they are the ideal contender for salads as well as light soups, when you'd rather the lentils in the pot not turn to mush. Lentils can grow on various soil types, from sand to clay loam, growing best in deep sandy loam soils with moderate fertility. A soil pH around 7 would be the best. Lentils do not tolerate flooding or water-logged conditions. Open pollinated 54 to 81 days.

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