Tennis Ball lettuce (black seeded)
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.
Mission at "The Root" Our Mission as a farm is to provide the local community high quality heirloom vegetables, produced responsibly with organic practices. We provide great food to our CSA members, heirloom starter plants to fellow growers, and weekly harvests to the public at Alton's Wed. market, St. Charles farmers market, and Lake St. (more...)
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We grow amazing Heirloom produce. Our CSA is up and running, and we hope to continue it year round. Our mission is to grow the most flavorful, highest quality produce possible. Doing so utilizing organic methods, preserving genetic biodiversity, and showing profitability implementing sustainable techniques and practices. (more...)
Taylorganic farm is a family-owned and operated farm just southeast of the atlanta perimeter in henry county, georgia. Neil and Marcia taylor, along with dedicated local workers, grow some of the finest southern vegetables, figs, and berries in the southeast. (more...)