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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White Barn Farm

  Wrentham, MA

White Barn Farm is a small family-run farm growing fresh vegetables and flowers in Wrentham, Massachusetts. Farmers Chris and Christy are dedicated to using organic farming methods and believe in the importance of growing food for their community. (more...)


Whirlwind Farm

  Geraldine, AL

Whirlwind Farm is 15 beautiful ac. With 8ac. of mixed forest along Town Creek in Geraldine, Al. 7 ac of open land producing mixed vegetables and herbs on 2.5 ac. (more...)


Whipstone Farm

  Paulden, AZ

We are a small, family farm growing a wide variety of vegetables, herbs and cut flowers. We sell at farmers markets, through CSA subscriptions and to local restaurants. We enjoy growing good food for our community. We also give farm tours to schools and other groups.(more...)


West Fork Garden Market

  West Fork, AR

The West Fork Garden Market is open the first Saturday of April at 7:30-12:00 noon until Frost and on Wednesday afternoon from 3:00 until dusk. The West Fork Garden Market members are local growers of natural and organic vegetables, meat, eggs, and cut flowers. (more...)


Webster Farm Organic - Salad Days

  Foreston, MN    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are people of the earth, deeply committed to a sustainable and just world. Our praxis is the production of healthy food in cooperation with the ecosystem. We love good food, growing it, cooking it, eating it, sharing it. Through our CSA we can provide more people with quality seasonal food from land and farmers you know. (more...)


We-Li-Kit Farm and Abington Grown

  Abington , CT    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are a truly diverse family farm. Our farm supports 3 generations in 3 households that all farm for a living. Everyone gets to do what they like best and as a result we have several enterprises under one roof. Our farm started as a Cider Mill and has gone through many changes since 1886. (more...)