• Green Leaf Lettuce

    Green Leaf Lettuce

    The famous Green Leaf Lettuce family salad variety has light green and juicy leaves. The plant is resistant to heat, drought, and frost and ripens for about 50 days.Lettuce seeds were first introduced by Peter Henderson & Co in the 1870s. The history of wild lettuce goes back to Asia Minor. The ancient historian Herodotus recorded his presence on the tables of the Persian...
  • Bibb Lettuce

    Bibb Lettuce

    If you want to grow a salad for consumption always fresh, this type of salad is especially for you! It is easy to grow; it is not whimsical, not afraid of heat, and grows well in cool weather. Lettuce has a delicate flavor and crunchy texture. The salad is very fertile and ripens in just 55 days. The salad was first grown by Lieutenant Jack...
  • Romaine Lettuce

    Romaine Lettuce

    Romaine Lettuce Parris Island Cos is fresh, flavorful, and has the highest nutritional value of our salad varieties! It is effortless to grow and can be used as a microgreen. Erect bushes of plants ripen in 65-70 days. They form 10-inch heads of Lettuce with dark green leaves and a creamy white heart. Lettuce has good resistance to fingertip burns, mosaic virus, and bolting....
  • Iceberg Lettuce

    Iceberg Lettuce

    Iceberg Lettuce Lettuce leaves form large, light green crispy heads of cabbage with excellent flavor. The salad ripens in just 70 days. They have high yields and can tolerate both heat and cool weather, so you should plant seeds in spring or autumn. The leaves are used for salads or sandwiches.The Great Lakes is the first iceberg lettuce ever developed. However, the wild salad...
  • Cimarron Red Lettuce

    Cimarron Red Lettuce

    Cimarron Red Lettuce The old Kimmaron lettuce has crumbly, leafy heads of dark red 10 to 12 inches in color with a good moderately sweet taste and a crispy, delicate texture. Young leaves of Cimarron lettuce grow in 35 days, adults - in 60 days. Seeds can be grown in most areas, including colder ones.The Cimarron heirloom salad dates from the 18th century. The...
  • Oakleaf Green Lettuce

    Oakleaf Green Lettuce

    Oakleaf Green Lettuce The leaves of this salad are beautiful, tender, and crunchy; they resemble oak leaves. It tolerates hot weather well - it never tastes bitter! Young leaves mature in 28 days, and full-sized leaves in 50 days.In 1771 Oakleaf Green Lettuce was introduced by the French seed company Vilmorin. And its wild predecessor originated in Asia Minor. Herodotus recorded his presence on the...
  • Buttercrunch Lettuce

    Buttercrunch Lettuce

    Buttercrunch Lettuce Buttercrunch produces a beautiful head with a mild buttery flavor, 6-8 inches tall, thick, juicy, sweet, slightly crumpled dark green leaves, and their heads average 4.5″.Buttercrunch salad was developed in the 1950s by gardener George Raleigh of Cornell University. Famed for its sweet taste and bolt resistance, it received the prestigious AAS Gold Medal in 1963.One оf the most versatile seeds in the...
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