Black Seeded Simpson Leaf Lettuce. Black Seeded Simpson is
an old favorite - both because of it's flavor and because of it's
earliness. Large upright plants with large loose light green lightly
crumpled leaves. Inner leaves blanch almost white. Full sized leaves
can be harvested in just a little over a month and "greens" can be
harvested in three weeks. Withstands a lot of adverse conditions
including some drought, some frost, and some heat. 40 days.
Buttercrunch Butterhead Lettuce. All America Selections
Winner. Bibb type with 4.5 inch rosette heads that are heat and cold
tolerant. Mosaic free . Slow to bolt. Gourmet taste. 66 days.
Cimmaron Romaine Lettuce. Are you a Caesar salad fan? This romaine is
worth trying. 10-12 inch deep-red heads with good flavor and crisp tender
texture add color to your salad, extra cold and heat resistance adds length to
your eating season and nice sweet taste adds flavor to your salad. Also a good
container variety. 60 days.
Great Lakes 118 Head Lettuce. Popular in both the North and
the South because it produces quality heads during both cool and warm
weather. Large cabbage like heads with thick, broad, slightly
crumpled, glossy leaves. Scald and tipburn resistant. A sure header
that will overwinter in mild areas. 80 days.
Green Salad Bowl/Oakleaf Leaf Lettuce. Tender tasty leaves
are light green and oak leaf shaped. Tipburn and heat resistant. Will
not get bitter in hot weather. Very slow bolt. 40 days.
Iceberg Head Lettuce. Favorite home garden variety. Compact
med-large heads with crisp hearts. Light green leaves with waxy
bronze fringe. Tipburn and heat resistant. Does well in the East and
in mountain areas. 82 days.
Little Gem Romaine Lettuce. Mini romaine grows only 6
inches tall. Perfect for individual salads with no waste. Delicious,
sweet heart. 45-70 days.
Marvel of Four Seasons Butterhead Lettuce. Stunning reddish
leaves flaunting cranberry red tips with excellent flavor make this
lettuce a must for your garden. If you are looking for a lettuce that
is both attractive and tasty, this heirloom may be your choice.
French Bibb type with cranberry red tips and pale blond-green tight
heart. 12-16 inches in diameter. Good container variety. 55 days.
Organic Marvel of Four Seasons Butterhead Lettuce. Certified Organic. Stunning reddish leaves flaunting cranberry red tips with excellent flavor make this lettuce a must for your garden. If you are looking for a lettuce that is both attractive and tasty, this heirloom may be your choice. French Bibb type with cranberry red tips and pale blond-green tight heart. 12-16 inches in diameter. Good container variety. 55 days.
Paris Island Romaine Lettuce. This old heirloom variety has
crunchy, green leaves and a creamy white heart. Self blanching and
vigorous. Tipburn and mosaic tolerant. 68 days.
Prizehead Leaf Lettuce. Non-heading despite its name.
Upright broad deeply curled light green leaves with bronze red leaf
margins. Fast growing, beautiful plants are never bitter and make a
very attractive salad. A good variety for home gardens or local
markets. 50 days.
Red Salad Bowl Leaf Lettuce. Deep red oak leaves add color
and texture to your salad and are hot weather tolerant. 50 days.
Tom Thumb Butterhead Lettuce. This miniature
butterhead has sweet, tender, buttery compact heads that are a perfect size for
individual salads. Great for home gardens and containers. Grows well in small
pots indoors or out. 50 days.
Mesclun Mix. A mixture of greens with different colors,
textures and flavors. Contains a variety of lettuces, endive,
arugula, spinach, swiss chard and mustard. 35-75 days.
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