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Lettuce: Amish Deer Tongue

Medium green, triangular leaves are perfect for baby salad greens. It forms loose upright heads and is slow to bolt. A popular variety with many heirloom growers. The old favorite of the Amish.

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Lettuce: Australian Yellow

A very bright yellow-green loose-leaf variety from Down Under. Heat tolerance and bolt resistance reported. Glossy, deeply savoyed leaves look like chartreuse seersucker!

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Lettuce: Black Seeded Simpson

This leaf lettuce with large, loose, light green, lightly crumpled leaves is a popular standard among green leaf lettuces. Its inner leaves blanch nearly white. The plant is large and upright, and is slow to bolt. It withstands heat, drought, and frost.

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Lettuce: Black Seeded Simpson(Plant

This leaf lettuce with large, loose, light green, lightly crumpled leaves is a popular standard among green leaf lettuces. Its inner leaves blanch nearly white. The plant is large and upright, and is slow to bolt. It withstands heat, drought, and frost.

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Lettuce: Deer Tongue (Matchless)

Upright, loose heads with excellent sweet flavor and crisp texture. Slightly savoyed, triangular, round-tipped leaves with a succulent mid-rib. Moderate bolt resistance. One of our favorites.

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Lettuce: Deer Toungue Heirloom (Plant)

Medium green, triangular leaves are perfect for baby salad greens. It forms loose upright heads and is slow to bolt. A popular variety with many heirloom growers. The old favorite of the Amish.

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Lettuce: Drunken Woman

Gorgeous bright green leaves with ruffled almost fringed edges in deep bronze. Crisp texture, very beautiful with sweet taste. Slow to bolt.

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Lettuce: Garden Ferns

This tasty and unusual heirloom looseleaf lettuce variety has dense rosettes of indented, ruffled edged leaves that will remind you of lacy ferns. The long graceful leaves have a delicate, sweet and juicy texture that should be enjoyed soon after cutting. At harvest, the large framed plants are heavy for their size with truly delectable, tender leaves that make big luscious salads needing only the simplest of dressings.

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Lettuce: Green Salad Bowl

This leaf lettuce has light green, long, wavy, deeply notched leaves with a large, fast growing rosette. It is heat resistant; it will not get bitter in hot weather and is slow to bolt. It was an "All American Selections" winner in 1952.

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Lettuce: Lettuce, Looseleaf

This heat-resistant, long-standing leaf lettuce produces large rosettes (indistinct heads) of oakleaf-shaped, dark-green leaves with thick midribs. Its tender leaves resist turning bitter even in hot temperatures.

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Lettuce: Oakleaf JS

Leaves turn a deep burgundy as they mature. Grow in full sun for deep red color and best growth. Shows some heat resistance, unappealing to slugs and snails.

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Lettuce: Royal Oakleaf

This heat-resistant, long-standing leaf lettuce produces large rosettes (indistinct heads) of oakleaf-shaped, dark-green leaves with thick midribs. Its tender leaves resist turning bitter even in hot temperatures.

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Lettuce: Salad Bowl

Large, loose-leaf lettuce with long frilly leaves arranged in a rosette. Tolerant to heat and tip-burn. One head makes a salad. Introduced in 1952. AAS winner.

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Lettuce: Slo-bolt

"Grand Rapids" type lettuce with good heat tolerance. Excellent choice for Southern gardens or greenhouse use. Leaves are bright green and ruffled. Introduced 1946.

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Lettuce: Speckles

Apple green leaves speckled with red-brown flecks. Amish Heirloom, looseleaf type blanched head, excellent sweet flavor.

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Lettuce: Tango

The attractive plants of this leaf lettuce form tight, erect rosettes with deeply cut leaves and frilly edges, giving it the appearance of endive. It's tangy and tender. Tango is a darker green than most varieties and is vitamin rich. This plant bolts in hot weather.

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Lettuce: Two Star

The standard, green leaf lettuce of the produce trade. Best for late spring and fall harvest, but may be grown for the summer.