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  1. speckled

    Lettuce 'Amish Speckled Butterhead'

    *Ark of Taste Heirloom*
    A classic old Amish heirloom dating back to 1799. Medium sized butterheads are flecked with burgundy speckles. Always a joy to eat for their tender blanched hearts and striking appearance in the salad bowl.
    50 days. UO

    Packet: 1g (~800 seeds)

    Starting at: $3.50

  2. Lettuce 'Barnwood Gem'

    Lettuce 'Barnwood Gem'

    (Lactuca sativa) Another selection from the USDA, donated to their collection in 1979 by the Agricultural Experiment Station in Davis, California. Miniature, dark green, upright plants enveloping a blanched yellow core. Thick, crunchy, and sweet leaves form palm-sized heads which are perfect quartered and served as a wedge salad for one or two.
    45-50 days. UO

    Packet: 1g (~800 seeds)

    Starting at: $3.50

  3. Lettuce 'Bijella'

    Lettuce 'Bijella'

    Here’s a newer-to-us mini red oakleaf from Europe, similar in growth to the much-loved “Oscarde” (dense wavy oakleaf heads) but even smaller and slower to bolt. Lovely burgundy leaves with emerald green hearts and oakleaf-meets-butterhead tenderness.
    50 days. UO

    Packet: 1g (~800 seeds)

    Starting at: $3.50

  4. cimarron

    Lettuce 'Cimarron'

    *Heirloom*
    This lettuce is Outstanding.  Everything you want in a Romaine and so much more.  Beautiful deep bronze-burgundy heads are large at 10-12”, crispy but more tender then most Romaine and very slow to bolt. Grown since the 18th century and going strong in the 21st.  
    65 days. UO

    Packet: 1g (~600 seeds)

    Starting at: $3.50

  5. cracoviensis

    Lettuce 'Cracoviensis'

    *Heirloom*
    Goodness this lettuce is a dazzling beauty. It comes on fast and full with an open growth habit and slightly elongated savoyed leaves that are a soft green blushed with red darkening to purple  near the tips. Lovely and quick for salad mix but also incredible as a large (12-16”) loose head. The bolting stems, referred to as both “celtuce” and “asparagus lettuce”  in China are also peeled and eaten fresh or lightly sautéed. Described in Vilmorin’s, “The Vegetable Garden” in 1885, it is a French heirloom that is as beautiful as it is versatile.
    65 days. TR

    Packet: 1g(~800 seeds)

    Starting at: $3.50

  6. divina

    Lettuce 'Divina'

    This French beauty is the one of the best green butterheads on the market. Its velvety apple green leaves and large sturdy heads are a thing of beauty. Wonderful buttery texture keeps the superlatives rolling on this variety!
    50 days. UO

    Packet: 1g (~800 seeds)

    Starting at: $3.50

  7. flashy trout

    Lettuce 'Flashy Trout's Back'

    *Heirloom* 
    A selection from the venerable Austrian heirloom variety “Forellenschluss” for more uniform speckling.  Flashy Trout is a beautiful green romaine with stunning splashes of wine red speckles. As tender as romaines get, the apple green speckled hearts rival the butterheads for summer salad sumptuousness (say that five times fast). The variety has been traced back as far as 1793 and has come into current favor thanks to the efforts of Arche Noah, the Austrian heirloom genetic preservation project. A truly beautiful, deliciously sweet and buttery lettuce.
    28 days baby, 55 days head. UO

    Packet: 1g (~800 seeds)

    Starting at: $3.50

  8. Lettuce 'Galisse'

    Lettuce 'Galisse'

    This very pretty green-leaf caught our eye at a neighbor’s farm years ago and we are happy  to share it with you. Somewhere between an oakleaf and a butterhead, it reminds us of a vibrant emerald green version of Oscarde. Compact, dense and a real head turner.
    50 days. UO

    Packet: 1g (800 seeds)

    Starting at: $3.50

  9. goldrush

    Lettuce 'Goldrush'

    We are always on the lookout for distinctive new additions to our salad mix. Goldrush has a super frilly and branched leaf structure resembling frisee almost more than a lettuce but without the bitterness. Chartreuse in color, it is great as a cutting lettuce and matures into a stunning if not compact head. Somewhat similar to salad standard “Tango” but lighter in color and more wavy than serrated appearance.
    50 days. UO

    Packet: 1g (~800 seeds)

    Starting at: $3.50

  10. jericho

    Lettuce 'Jericho'

    A great arrow in our romaine quiver, Jericho was bred to excel in the heat of summer with excellent resistance to tip burn. Don’t laugh. It gets hot here sometimes. No really! Remember that one time in 2009… Well anyway, hot season or cool, it’s one heck of a romaine at any time of the growing season. A beautiful and unusual luminescent chartreuse green color makes this savoy leafed, very large framed romaine a standout. Consistently drew compliments from our accounts when we grew romaine for wholesale markets and gaining traction among commercial growers.
    60 days. TR

    Packet: 1g (~800 seeds)

     

    Starting at: $3.50

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