Loose-leaf

Please refer to Lettuce Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: 0.5g unless stated (approximately 400-600 seeds, depending on variety) sows 30' direct seeded or 175' as transplants.

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Australian Yellow Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Australian Yellow Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

54 days. Beautiful, light yellow-green leaves grow rapidly to form large crinkled leaves on plants, 12-16 in. in diameter. Moderate bolt resistance. Tender texture with slightly sweet, good flavor. Highly recommended spring lettuce. Pkt.
$2.50

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Black-Seeded Simpson Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Black-Seeded Simpson Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

49 days. [~1850] An old standard and one of the earliest loose-leaf types. Good for early spring planting for the first lettuce of the season but quality declines in heat or late plantings. Still a popular variety. Pkt.
$2.25

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Black-Seeded Simpson Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

Black-Seeded Simpson Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

49 days. [~1850] An old standard and one of the earliest loose-leaf types. Good for early spring planting for the first lettuce of the season but quality declines in heat or late plantings. Still a popular variety. (7 g)
$5.50

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Bronze Arrow Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Bronze Arrow Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

60 days. [California Heirloom] Very attractive large oakleaf-shaped leaves with a reddish-brown tips. High yields, cut and come again, slow to bolt, delicious flavor. Pkt.
$2.50

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Cracoviensis Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Cracoviensis Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

65 days. [Eastern European heirloom. The fat flower stalks were traditionally peeled and eaten as "red celtuce."] Fast-growing open heads of buttery, maroon-tipped green leaves. Best planted in spring or fall. Pkt
$2.50

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Deer Tongue (Matchless) Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Deer Tongue (Matchless) Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

54 days. Upright, loose heads with excellent sweet flavor and crisp texture. Has slightly savoyed, triangular, round-tipped leaves with a succulent mid-rib. Moderate bolt resistance. One of our favorites. Pkt.
$2.50

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Deer Tongue (Matchless) Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

Deer Tongue (Matchless) Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

54 days. Upright, loose heads with excellent sweet flavor and crisp texture. Has slightly savoyed, triangular, round-tipped leaves with a succulent mid-rib. Moderate bolt resistance. One of our favorites. (7 g)
$5.50

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Devil's Tongue Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Devil's Tongue Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

[Bred by Frank Morton of Wild Garden Seed. Black and white seeds from the multiple breeding lines.] Loose heads with tapering leaves. Thick leaves with buttery texture. Intense dark red/purple color comes out best in spring and fall during cold weather. Pkt.
$2.50

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Drunken Woman Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Drunken Woman Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

55 days. Gorgeous bright green leaves with ruffled - almost fringed - edges in deep bronze. Crisp texture, very beautiful with sweet taste. Slow to bolt. Pkt.
$2.50

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Drunken Woman Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

Drunken Woman Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

55 days. Gorgeous bright green leaves with ruffled - almost fringed - edges in deep bronze. Crisp texture, very beautiful with sweet taste. Slow to bolt. (7 g)
$5.50

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Oakleaf Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Oakleaf Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

45 days. [about 1771; once known as 'American Oak Leaved'] Tight cluster of oakleaf-shaped leaves. Bolt-resistant and bitter-free longer than many other varieties. This old standard is often undervalued but is a proven performer and a good summer variety. Pkt.
$2.25

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Oakleaf Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

Oakleaf Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

45 days. [about 1771; once known as 'American Oak Leaved'] Tight cluster of oakleaf-shaped leaves. Bolt-resistant and bitter-free longer than many other varieties. This old standard is often undervalued but is a proven performer and a good summer variety. (7 g)
$5.50

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Red Deer Tongue Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Red Deer Tongue Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

58 days. Fine Deer Tongue quality with red-tinged leaves. Pkt.
$2.25

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Red Deer Tongue Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

Red Deer Tongue Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

58 days. Fine Deer Tongue quality with red-tinged leaves. (7 g)
$5.50

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Red Sails Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Red Sails Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

45 days. [1985. AAS winner.] Early producer. Slow to develop bitterness when compared to red varieties, but average compared to green ones. Crinkled leaves; maroon-red color intensifies as leaves mature. Pkt.
$2.50

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Red Sails Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

Red Sails Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

45 days. [1985. AAS winner.] Early producer. Slow to develop bitterness when compared to red varieties, but average compared to green ones. Crinkled leaves; maroon-red color intensifies as leaves mature. (7 g)
$5.50

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Red Salad Bowl Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Red Salad Bowl Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

55 days. Big, beautiful, wine-red leaves, like Salad Bowl only red. Excellent fall variety. Pkt.
$2.25

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Red Salad Bowl Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

Red Salad Bowl Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

55 days. Big, beautiful, wine-red leaves, like Salad Bowl only red. Excellent fall variety. (7 g)
$5.50

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Salad Bowl Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Salad Bowl Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

40 days. [1952. AAS winner.] Large looseleaf lettuce with long frilly leaves arranged in a rosette. Tolerant to heat and tip-burn. One head makes a salad. Pkt.
$2.25

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Salad Bowl Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

Salad Bowl Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

40 days. [1952. AAS winner.] Large looseleaf lettuce with long frilly leaves arranged in a rosette. Tolerant to heat and tip-burn. One head makes a salad. (7 g)
$5.50

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Slo-Bolt Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Slo-Bolt Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

48 days. [1946] “Grand Rapids” type with good heat tolerance. Excellent choice for Southern gardens or greenhouse use. Leaves are bright green and ruffled. Pkt.
$2.50

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Sword Leaf (Yu Mai Tsai) Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Sword Leaf (Yu Mai Tsai) Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

53 days. [Taiwanese variety] This unusual lettuce has a robust, distinctive flavor with hints of almond and clove. Uniquely long, thin, pointed leaves. Sometimes used in cooking as well as salads. Pkt.
$2.50

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Sword Leaf (Yu Mai Tsai) Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

Sword Leaf (Yu Mai Tsai) Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

53 days. [Taiwanese variety] This unusual lettuce has a robust, distinctive flavor with hints of almond and clove. Uniquely long, thin, pointed leaves. Sometimes used in cooking as well as salads. (7 g)
$5.50

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Thai Oakleaf Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

Thai Oakleaf Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

39 days. [Introduced 1988 by SESE from a Thai breeding program.] Selected to produce excellent quality lettuce under high heat. A favorite of hydroponics growers. Resembles Oakleaf, but with larger, more tender, and more upright leaves. Moderately slow to bolt. Distinctive, almond-like flavor....
$2.50

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