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  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. Beleah Rose Lettuce

    BELEAH ROSE LETTUCE (35 days)

    A great multiple cutting baby lettuce with a sweet crisp taste. Lovely, dark rosy-red leaves contrast with the light green lower part of the plant. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  5. RED DEER'S TONGUE LETTUCE

    RED DEER'S TONGUE LETTUCE

    HEIRLOOM This heirloom variety is believed to have originated in the mid 16th century. It remains popular and stands out as it has exceptionally good flavor and texture. 7 to 9 inch loose head red bib type, leaves are both tender and fleshy. Has a thick mid-rib and tolerates both heat and cold. Relatively slow to bolt. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  6. Hanson Lettuce

    HANSON LETTUCE (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM pre1855 A large old crisphead type with light green leaves and a white heart. According to DM Ferry in 1930, the plant is compact and forms a large, cabbage-like head - the outer leaves are bright yellowish green, broad, somewhat crumpled and frilled at edge and with distinctive midrib. The inner leaves are white, very crisp and sweet. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  7. 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

  8. MIDNIGHT RUFFLES LETTUCE (48 days)

    MIDNIGHT RUFFLES LETTUCE (48 days)

    This new variety from an Oregon breeder is the darkest red lettuce we have seen, almost black in color. The leafy plant is full in the center with serrated leaf edges, blistered leaves, and red midrib and veins. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  9. Red Sails Lettuce

    RED SAILS LETTUCE (45 days)

    This attractive bronze-red lettuce, a 1985 All America Winner, is an early looseleaf type. It has a very open head and is relatively slow to bolt. Succession plantings can be made through the summer. According to the grower, this variety has 6 times the vitamin A and 3 times the vitamin C as supermarket lettuce. Red Sails also grows well indoors under lights. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  10. Winter Lettuce Mix

    WINTER LETTUCE MIX

    These varieties will extend the lettuce season into fall and winter. Plant after the heat of summer for an early fall crop or after Labor Day in southern areas. You can also plant these in a cold frame in the north. Don't plant too early or they will bolt. This mix includes: Green Ice, Freckles, Red Deer's Tongue, and Buttercrunch lettuces. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  11. Cimmaron Lettuce

    CIMMARON LETTUCE (58 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1700s This Cos lettuce (romaine) is a unique bronze-red color, like no other we've ever seen. Its tall elongated leaves are hearty and delicious, and harvest can be conducted over a long period as it is slow to bolt. This variety dates back to the 18th century, but has not been offered in this country for years. Our grower discovered some seed in a warehouse and a few were still viable, thus it was brought back on the market. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  12. MATINA SWEET LETTUCE (50 days)

    MATINA SWEET LETTUCE (50 days)

    A glossy green baby butterhead with a nice sweet flavor that is very early to mature and produces dense 4 inch heads, perfect for an individual serving. Has the ability to withstand some heat and is slow to bolt. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

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