LETTUCE


AMISH DEER TONGUE

AMISH DEER TONGUE

(Lactuca sativa) Amish heirloom dating back to 1740. Thick, compact plant with sharp, triangular green leaves with straight edges & thin mid-rib. T

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BLACK SEEDED SIMPSON

BLACK SEEDED SIMPSON

(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom introduced in 1850 by Peter Henderson & Co. Large, light green, crumpled leaves with sweet flavour. Inner leaves blanch a

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BRONZE ARROWHEAD

BRONZE ARROWHEAD

(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom first introduced in 1947 by Germania Seed Co. Green & bronze oak shaped, tender leaves with exceptionally sweet flavour. R

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BROWN MIGNONETTE

BROWN MIGNONETTE

(Lactuca sativa) Smaller sized green leaves with reddish brown outer tinge. Crisp & tender leaves with very sweet & nutty flavour. Easy to grow bei

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BUTTERCRUNCH

BUTTERCRUNCH

(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom. Crisp, light green, fan shaped leaves with small heart & sweet flavour. Heat tolerant; bolt resistant - resists bolting l

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CIMMARON

CIMMARON

(Lactuca sativa) Tall, copper red leaves. Slow to bolt. Resistant to cold & heat. Dates back to 18th century. 64 days. 1500 seeds

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DRUNKEN WOMAN

DRUNKEN WOMAN

(Lactuca sativa) Italian heirloom. Bright green leaves with deep bronze, heavily fringed leaves. Attractive variety. Slow to bolt. 50 days. 120

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FOUR SEASONS

FOUR SEASONS

(Lactuca sativa) French heirloom dating back to 1880. Highly attractive magenta coloured outer leaves, with pale green / cream coloured inside leaves

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FRECKLES

FRECKLES

(Lactuca sativa) Austrian heirloom with name 'Forellenschuss' meaning 'speckled like a trout's back'. Large, flat, green leaves with deep red flecks

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GREAT LAKES

GREAT LAKES

(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom. Large, crisp, firm lettuce. Heading type. Tolerates warm conditions. Slow to bolt. First introduced in 1951. 80-95 d

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GREEN MIGNONETTE

GREEN MIGNONETTE

(Lactuca sativa) Smaller sized green leaves with reddish brown outer tinge. Crisp & tender leaves with very sweet & nutty flavour. Easy to grow bei

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GREEN OAK

GREEN OAK

(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom dating back to 1686. Green, oak-leaf shaped leaves. Non-hearting & bitter free. 40-60 days. 1800 seeds

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HANSON IMPROVED

HANSON IMPROVED

(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom first introduced prior to 1855. Large, crisp, yellow-green heads with frilled leaves & white interior. Resistant to tip b

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LOLLO BIONDA

LOLLO BIONDA

(Lactuca sativa) Italian heirloom. Deeply curled, green, open hearted lettuce. Attractive variety, used in mesclun salad. 45-60 days. 800 seeds

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LOLLO ROSSA

LOLLO ROSSA

(Lactuca sativa) Italian heirloom. Deeply curled, open hearted lettuce; light green centre touched with bright red tips. Attractive variety, used i

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PARIS COS WHITE

PARIS COS WHITE

(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom dating back to 1835 & introduced by Bernard M'Mahon of Philadelphia. Great for caesar salads etc. Upright plant, with sli

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PARRIS ISLAND COS

PARRIS ISLAND COS

(Lactuca sativa) First introduced in 1952 & named after Parris Island off the coast of South Carolina. Dark green, upright, slightly savoyed leaves,

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PERELLA ROUGETTE MONTPELLIER

PERELLA ROUGETTE MONTPELLIER

(Lactuca sativa) Italian heirloom. Small, open leaf type, having green leaves with red edges. Attractive variety. 1200 seeds

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PRIZEHEAD

PRIZEHEAD

(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom. Large, maroon tinted, lightly frilled leaves. Bitter-free. 1800 seeds

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RED VELVET

RED VELVET

(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom. Highly attractive, deep red / maroon leaves with back of leaves tinged green. Slow to bolt. Pleasant, chewy texture. 5

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REINE DES'GLACES

REINE DES'GLACES

(Lactuca sativa) French heirloom dating back to 1885. Also known as 'Ice Queen'. Iceburg type. Beautiful, deeply notched leaves with medium to dark g

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ROYAL OAK

ROYAL OAK

(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom dating back to 1771. Attractive, ;arge, dark green, heavily serrated, oak-shaped leaves with thick, sweet mid-ribs. Non-b

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TENNIS BALL

TENNIS BALL

(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom dating back prior to 1850's. During the 17th & 18th centuries, these lettuces were often pickled in brine & preserved for u

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