Heirloom

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Heirloom Lettuce Seeds and Plants

Heirloom Lettuce are tender and perfect for direct sow in early spring or fall.

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  • Customer favorite
    Lettuce, Buttercrunch, , large

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    All-America Selections winner. Extremely popular lettuce with luscious, buttery texture.

    $4.95 - $6.95
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  • Lettuce, Four Seasons, , large

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    Remarkable cold hardiness. Perfect for early spring and fall/winter harvests.

    $3.95
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  • Lettuce, Yugoslavian Red, , large

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    Perhaps the most beauteous lettuce we've grown: a star selection for your salad bowl.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Lettuce, Iceberg A, , large

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    Introduced in 1894, it defined a whole new class of lettuce.

    $3.95
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  • Lettuce, Salad Bowl Green Organic, , large

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    Crisp and tender with a sweet flavor.

    $4.95
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  • Lettuce, Tom Thumb, , large

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    English heirloom butterhead's yellowish-lime-colored leaves have mild, creamy taste.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Lettuce, Four Seasons Organic, , large

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    Remarkable cold hardiness. Perfect for early spring and fall/winter harvests.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Lettuce,Forellenschluss, , large

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    Brightly flavored German variety with pretty, flavorful leaves.

    $3.95
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  • Lettuce, Parris Island Cos, , large

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    Lettuce, Paris White Cos

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Escarole, Sugarloaf, , large

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    A favorite of Italian and French gardeners and chefs.

    $4.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Lettuce, Black Seeded Simpson, , large

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    Even after 150 years it's one of the most tender leaf lettuces.

    $3.95 - $6.95
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  • Lettuce, Cimarron, , large

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    A red romaine with terrific flavor—and an American favorite since the 1700s.

    $3.95
    Seeds
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