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  1. Speckled Lettuce

    Is it fair to name a lettuce after a fish? The unusual leaf pattern of Troutback lettuce, an Austrian heirloom, gives this lettuce a distinctive look. Grown for over 200 years. Trout...

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    Speckled Leaf Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
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    Is it fair to name a lettuce after a fish? The unusual leaf pattern of Troutback lettuce, an Austrian heirloom, gives this lettuce a distinctive look. Grown for over 200 years. Troutback lettuce awakened gardeners to the purpose of heirloom seeds, as a way to rediscover the diversity that once abounded in our kitchen gardens. A looseleaf semi-romaine head, harvest leaf by leaf or as a full sized.
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  2. Paris White Cos Leaf Lettuce - Packet

    Time to slow down and fully appreciate the lineage of Paris White Cos, an heirloom lettuce, that dates back to 1794. Thomas Jefferson sowed a thimble full of Paris White Cos lettuce ...

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    Paris White Cos Leaf Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
    $2.50
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    Time to slow down and fully appreciate the lineage of Paris White Cos, an heirloom lettuce, that dates back to 1794. Thomas Jefferson sowed a thimble full of Paris White Cos lettuce seed every Monday morning, his trick for a continuous harvest of this desirable baby romaine. Guaranteed to be the best lettuce grown this side of the Mason Dixon line.
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  3. Green Salad Bowl Leaf Lettuce - Packet

    Forget grocery store lettuce, because once you taste home grown Green Salad Bowl lettuce, you’ll never go back. We think it may even become your obsession, harvesting leaf by leaf ...

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    Green Salad Bowl Leaf Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
    $2.50
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    Forget grocery store lettuce, because once you taste home grown Green Salad Bowl lettuce, you’ll never go back. We think it may even become your obsession, harvesting leaf by leaf for a daily salad. Grown as a loose-leaf head it can turn into a giant mass of frilly green leaves. Crisp, tender and slow to bolt, what more can you expect from the All-America Selections winner.
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  4. Red Deer Tongue Leaf Lettuce - Packet

    Deep ruby red leaves and the distinctive deer tongue spear shaped leaves gives this unusual heirloom lettuce sought after qualities. A loose-leaf lettuce that is eager to be harveste...

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    Red Deer Tongue Leaf Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
    $2.50
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    Deep ruby red leaves and the distinctive deer tongue spear shaped leaves gives this unusual heirloom lettuce sought after qualities. A loose-leaf lettuce that is eager to be harvested leaf by leaf, then left to regrow as cut and come again lettuce, leave it to grow into a full sixed head twirling into a pinwheel shape at maturity.
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  5. Oakleaf Lettuce - Packet

    Image eating sensationally fresh salads bursting with sweet flavor all summer long! That's what you'll get with this tried and true champion in your garden. Oakleaf leaf lettuce prod...

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    Oakleaf Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
    $2.50
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    Image eating sensationally fresh salads bursting with sweet flavor all summer long! That's what you'll get with this tried and true champion in your garden. Oakleaf leaf lettuce produces large heads of delicious, tender greens, which can be harvested in as little as 28 days (baby leaves). 45-60 days (maturity).
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  6. Tennis Ball Head Lettuce - Packet

    It might seem odd to pickle lettuce, (or to name it Tennis Ball), yet is documented to be a favorite in Thomas Jefferson’s garden. Grown specifically to make a salty condiment and ...

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    Tennis Ball Head Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
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    It might seem odd to pickle lettuce, (or to name it Tennis Ball), yet is documented to be a favorite in Thomas Jefferson’s garden. Grown specifically to make a salty condiment and preserve it during the cold month, yet we prefer to eat it fresh. This stunning green butter-head has robust flavor, and if you’d like to step back in time, give pickling a try. Lightly salt and squeeze out excess moisture, add a little fragrant olive oil, some freshly chopped dill and cucumber slices. Voila!
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  7. Tom Thumb Butterhead Lettuce - Packet

    The small rosette of sweet green leaves gives Tom Thumb Butterhead the favored reputation as an heirloom of distinction. Lightly dress with a lemony vinaigrette to taste the lettuce ...

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    Tom Thumb Butterhead Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
    $2.50
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    The small rosette of sweet green leaves gives Tom Thumb Butterhead the favored reputation as an heirloom of distinction. Lightly dress with a lemony vinaigrette to taste the lettuce flavor, garnish with cucumbers and pansies. Sow seeds directly in the garden, and harvest whole heads, when small. Lettuce is an ideal crop for quick growing, and this variety tolerates close planting for a continuous crop.
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  8. Bibb Butterhead Lettuce

    Soft green leaves cupped into a tender head, Bibb Butterhead Lettuce is notably the first America gourmet lettuce. Prefers richly-fed soil and will reward gardeners with a delicate f...

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    Bibb Butterhead Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
    $2.50
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    Soft green leaves cupped into a tender head, Bibb Butterhead Lettuce is notably the first America gourmet lettuce. Prefers richly-fed soil and will reward gardeners with a delicate flavor that can only be paired with a dressing made with the finest extra virgin olive oil. Bred during the mid 1800’s in Kentucky, the exquisitely beautiful head, adapts to most seasons and climates.
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