Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Lactuca sativa

200 seeds/pack   |   50-60 days

It wasn't until I cut a head of this variety in half that I truly understood its name. The hearts are astonishingly red and soooo succulent. Hearts Aflame has an upright romaine habit and tender savoyed green leaves with red splotches. It was bred by Frank Morton of Wild Garden Seed and pledged to the Open Source Seed Initiative. He selected it for "internal redness in a flaming pattern on long blanched hearts."

$2.75

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Lactuca sativa

200 seeds/pack   |   50-60 days

With origins from the desert, Jericho has been developed to endure the summer heat. Sturdy, vigorous, tall plants with dense heads. Bright green leaves with a silky texture. Bolt resistant while remaining sweet, tender and crisp. Tolerance to tip-burn, powdery mildew and downy mildew.

$2.75

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Lactuca sativa

200 seeds/pack | 50-60 days   |   Slow Bolting!

This heat tolerant variety really impressed us. We were eating it well into July before it began to go to seed. With succulent leaves and generous red blushes we will be sure to grow Lovelock again just to eat. Looseleaf type but will form a nice head later in the season.

$2.75

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Lactuca sativa

200 seeds/pack   |   50-60 days

This is a 'new to us' lettuce that we grew for seed in 2018. I have to admit that the name sucked us in. Bred by Frank Morton of Wild Garden Seed and pledged to the Open Source Seed Initiative, this variety is all that I want in a lettuce. I loved the color and sweet juicy hearts and leaf ribs. 

Described here by Wild Garden Seed, "Dark red splashes are in high contrast over dark green ruffled leaves, wrapped into a tight upright head, with that bone crusher romaine crunch. The blushed hearts are pink as rose petals. This is a unique and beautiful romaine fountain of lettuce."

$2.75