Speckled lettuce

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The origins of the Speckled Lettuce date back to Holland in the 17th century. From Holland, the lettuce was brought to Germany, where it was widely cultivated. Finally, in the late 1790s, the Speckled lettuce was brought to North America, first arriving in Waterloo County, Ontario. The name comes from the German ??forellenschluss,?? which means "speckled like a trout". The lettuce is a loose-leaf variety that has juicy, thick, light green leaves that are speckled with maroon quarter-inch dots. The speckled leaves have a pleasant, muddy flavor, which is similar to watercr

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willow

  fort wayne, IN

The CSA will be running 8 - 10 weeks from approx. early July thru approx. mid September. Two sizes of shares will be offered this year, the Regular and the Large. Our Regular share is a ?¼ bushel recommended for two adults (approximately ?½ brown paper grocery bag). The Large Share is a ?½ bushel, recommended for a family of four. (more...)


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Z Food Farm

  Lawrenceville, NJ    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Z Food Farm is a certified organic farm located in Lawrenceville, NJ (just outside of Princeton) that sells at farmers' markets, restaurants, and through a CSA program. (more...)


Your Hometown Harvests

  Salem, OR    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Your Hometown Harvests is accepting members for 2014, our fifth CSA season. We grow vegetables and fruit in Monmouth, Oregon with a focus on heirloom, locally adapted and nutrient dense varieties. We use organic methods and never use synthetic herbicides, pesticides or fertilizers. (more...)


Yonder Holler Family Farm

  Portland, OR

Yonder Holler Family Farm is a small, family-owned organic vegetable farm located on 2 acres of beautiful land barely within the city limits of Portland, OR. We specialize in heirloom varieties and are committed to producing high quality organic produce. (more...)


Yesterday's Favorites Farm

  Waynesboro, PA

We are a small family farm located back a long, winding lane in the rolling countryside north of Waynesboro. We specialize in heirloom vegetable varieties for our CSA. In our opinion, they have superior flavor. Our farm is Certified Naturally Grown and everything is grown using organic methods from start to harvest. (more...)