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  1. BUTTERCRUNCH LETTUCE (53 days)

    BUTTERCRUNCH LETTUCE (53 days)

    This Bibb type produces a loose head, 8 to 9 inches across. Dark green and slow to bolt, it has been rated one of the dozen best vegetable introductions. It was developed at Cornell in 1963. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  2. Green Deers Tongue Lettuce

    GREEN DEERS TONGUE LETTUCE (52 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1740 A very thick leaved, deep green strain of deer's tongue lettuce. Also known as Matchless. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  3. Iceberg Lettuce

    ICEBERG LETTUCE (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1894 Don't think what goes by the generic term "Iceberg" in the supermarket. This heirloom is looser, greener, and better. Per James Vicks seeds 1936, "a curled heading plant of medium size and wavy fringed leaves, which enclose a white, tender heart". 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  4. BLACK SEEDED SIMPSON LETTUCE (46 days)

    BLACK SEEDED SIMPSON LETTUCE (46 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1875 This is an old favorite introduced by Henderson Seed Company. Light green frilly leaves, a loose head, and very dependable. Small leaves can be harvested very early. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  5. Australian Yellow Leaf Lettuce

    AUSTRALIAN YELLOW LEAF LETTUCE (50 days)

    HEIRLOOM Australian. A premium springtime variety with yellow-green leaves and large yields. The tender, textured leaves, which shine like the sun in the garden, become crinkled as they mature and can reach a diameter of 12-16 inches. Fairly slow to bolt. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  6. Gabriella Lettuce

    GABRIELLA LETTUCE (25-50 days)

    In the ongoing battle to determine which is our "reddest" lettuce - Gabriella sometimes takes the lead. It is a deep wine red - even as it emerges - so it is great for adding color to a salad at any stage. Plants are very erect and form a lovely bunch. Flavor is just dandy. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  7. WINTER DENSITY LETTUCE (28-54 days)

    WINTER DENSITY LETTUCE (28-54 days)

    This Romaine is a compact 8" with thick dark green leaves packed full of flavor. It is slow to bolt or turn bitter, and keeps very well. You can begin harvesting baby leaves at 28 days, leaving others to reach full size a few weeks later. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  8. Summertime Lettuce

    SUMMERTIME LETTUCE (68 days)

    This recently introduced variety was bred by Dr. Baggett at Oregon State. Its parentage is a combination of Ithaca and Salinas. The objective of the breeding work was to develop a head lettuce that would mature in summer's heat without bolting and was also resistant to tip-burn and rib discoloration. Summertime consistently yields the highest percentage of usable heads in trials. The flavor is good and texture is very crisp. If there is any negative to this variety, it is that the heads are not super large, but this is of little concern to the home gardener. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  9. All Year Round Lettuce

    ALL YEAR ROUND LETTUCE (53 days)

    This butterhead variety is very popular in England and Australia. As the name implies it can be sown at any time, spring to fall, and will be slow to bolt. The crisp, tight hearts are an appealing light green with the centers appearing blanched. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  10. PINETREE LETTUCE MIX

    PINETREE LETTUCE MIX

    Begin harvesting at 40 days. We have been experimenting with various Mesclun Mixes from France and Italy and you will find these in the ethnic vegetable sections. We see a number of advantages to mixing greens: you get a variety of colors, textures, tastes and maturation times from the same planting. This mix has a uniquely American twist, however; they are all leaf lettuces and all sweet varieties. The mix will contain most of the loose-leaf varieties in the catalog and nearly a dozen others. This has become our best selling item and we continue to receive hundreds of compliments on it. 500 sds. Learn More
    $1.50

  11. DWARF BLUE CURLED KALE (55 days)

    DWARF BLUE CURLED KALE (55 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1863 Kale is so attractive it can be grown for its appearance alone. Finely curled blue-green leaves are carried on compact, 1 foot plants. Good fresh or cooked, either before or after a frost. Plant at the rate of four plants per square foot. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  12. Nero di Toscana Kale

    DINOSAUR KALE (Nero di Toscana)

    HEIRLOOM 1885 Also known as Tuscan Black Palm or Lacinato. A unique kale with very large, rounded, well filled, meaty leaves. Plants are large, hardy, and vigorous, and the flavor is bold. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

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