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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Rehoboth Homestead

  Peru, NY

At Rehoboth Homestead, we choose varieties of vegetables for their flavor and nutrient content and our flowers for beauty and vase life rather than for their ability to withstand shipping. We take the stewardship of the land and animals entrusted to us seriously. We follow organic production standards as a minimum. (more...)


Red Hot Poker Farms

  Roswell, NM

Red Hot Poker Farms is growing fruit, vegetables, heritage breed turkeys, cage-free fresh eggs and pasture raised beef - along with our four daughters. We participate in the City of Roswell Farmer's Market and we are weeks away from launching our first CSA.(more...)


Real Veggies Farm

  Brunswick, OH

We grow most of our vegetables on 2 acres in Lafayette, Ohio the rest in grown at home in Brunswick, Ohio. We do not use any chemicals on any of our vegetables. Our favorite things to grow are the more unusual that you do not normally see elsewhere, although we do sell your regular more common varieties of vegetables also. (more...)


R-evolution Gardens

  Nehalem, OR

R-evolution Gardens is a five acre organic vegetable farm on the north Oregon coast. We provide 60 CSA shares each growing season with delivery from Rockaway Beach to Cannon Beach. Our off the grid farm consists of a wide variety of perennials and annuals which provide year round diverse food. (more...)


Prudom Farms

  Middleport, NY

Established in 1913, Prudom Farms is a family run operation now spanning 6 generations. We work in co-operation with other local farmers to provide a large variety of local, natural grown produce. Our goal is to build the local economy, raise awareness of organic v. (more...)


Poor House Hill

  Martinsburg, WV

A tiny farm that grows salad greens and microgreens. Do not visit the farm. We sell at markets and do not have a stand. If you want to buy directly from the farm just email me and we can arrange a visit. I am a teenager and any profit I make it goes back into the farm and for my future in sustainable farming. (more...)