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Romaine Parris Island Cos. 80 days. Large, upright, full-bodied heads with dark-green, slightly savoyed leaves that are mild and sweet. Plant reaches about 10 inches tall. Midribs are crunchy and juicy. Because of their higher chlorophyll content, romaine lettuces are among the most nutritious of all lettuces. 250+ Survival Seeds.
Oakleaf Lettuce.40 days. Tender, medium-green, oak shaped leaves on compact, slow-to-bolt plant. 300+ Survival Seeds
Salad Bowl Green Lettuce. 45 days. AAS Winner. Loose leaf type. Large, deeply notched and frilled leaves. Tender and sweet even when the heat sets in. Very slow to bolt. 300+ Survival Seeds.
Crisphead Iceberg Lettuce.75 days. Compact medium sized head has tightly packed ice-green leaves and crisp white heart. Likes cool weather. 200+ Survival Seeds
Butterhead Buttercrunch Lettuce. 65 days. AAS Winner. Recommended by USU. The most popular of the butterhead types Compact, loose head with smooth, soft, tender leaves. Slow to bolt. Excellent flavor and texture.200+ Survival Seeds
Prizehead Leaf Lettuce.45 days. Large, crumpled and curled, loose leaf type with reddish tinge on leaves. Rapid growing.200+ Survival Seeds
Romaine Cimmarron.65 days. This charming heirloom romaine produces a ten to twelve inch, deep-red head with good flavor and a crisp tender texture. Virtually impervious to bolting. 200+ Survival Seeds.
Salad Bowl Red Lettuce. 45 days. Loose leaf type. Large upright plants, long deep-lobed bronze leaves, bronze-red inner balanced leaves, good keeper and decorative. 200+ Survival Seeds.
Crisphead Hanson Lettuce. 80 days. Heirloom. Also known as ’Ewing’s Excelsior, Gardener’s Favorite and King of the Market’, this lettuce is always sweet and never bitter. Green on the outside with curly leaves that have fringed edges and a white heart on the inside. Heat tolerant. 200+ Survival Seeds
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