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Lettuce

What a variety you get here; a rainbow of colors, from the bright green romaine to the ruby red lettuce, and a gamut of flavors from sweet to bitter, peppery to earthy. No need for your salads to be boring anymore. The young plants generally have small, tender leaves and a milder flavor than older plants. A good source of vitamins, these are easy to grow. Their short growing season makes them perfect for the impatient gardener who plants successive plantings to get greens all summer long. 

Approximately 142,500 seeds per lb. 1/4 oz. is needed for a 100 foot row, 1 lb.per acre.

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Lettuce, Black Seeded Simpson Leaf

Light green, frilled leaves. Crisp, tender and sweet.

Lettuce, Buttercrunch

Bibb-type lettuce with dark green, thick, crumpled leaves and a tender heart.

Lettuce, Gourmet Blend Leaf

Delicious mixture of five popular leaf lettuces.

Lettuce, Grand Rapids Leaf

Frilly, light green loose leaves. Heat resistant.

Lettuce, Great Lakes Head

Dark green leaves around a round, crisp head. Solid core.

Lettuce, Mesclun Mixture

Sweet lettuces and tangy, tender greens premixed for a gourmet treat.

Lettuce, Paris Island Cos Romaine

Upright heads of bright green leaves around a savoyed, creamy-white heart.

Lettuce, Ruby Red Leaf

Deep red color on the ends of the crisp, crumpled leaves. Very decorative.