Tennis Ball lettuce (black seeded)

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The Tennis Ball Lettuce is a black-seeded lettuce that was one of the most popular lettuces at the turn of the 20th century. Tennis Ball lettuces grow in small tight rosettes, and have light green leaves that are silky with a slippery texture. Traditionally, Tennis Ball Lettuces were pickled in salt brine and eaten as a side dish to many meals.

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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...)


Woodstock Farmers Market

  Woodstock, IL

We are a producers market; only products grown, raised, or made by our local vendors can be sold at this market. (more...)


Wings of Dawn Farm

  Liberty, NC    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Wings of Dawn Farm is a small family owned and operated farm in southwest Alamance County. We are committed to being a source for healthy local food. Our fields, pastures and animals are free of chemicals. We use chickens, guinea fowl and goats to control insects and weeds. (more...)


Wildroot Botanicals

  Bellingham, WA

Wildroot Botanicals is a small family business/farm located in the lovely Pacific Northwest. We specialize in wild harvests from our lush environment and growing medicinals out at our farm. We LOVE working with plants and we feel grateful. (more...)


Wholistic Gardens

  midland, TX

I am currently growing diversified vegetables and fruit on approximately 2.5 acres in 2 locations. The Angel Garden is 20 miles southeast of Midland and the Phoenix Garden is approximately 5 miles east of downtown Midland on Business 20. I use sustainable and biodynamic agricultural methods. (more...)