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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  Accomac, VA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Our project began as a homestead. We were looking to live a simpler life. As we cultivated herbs and tended our trees, we began to produce more than we could eat. We eased into selling to neighbors and friends and markets. We use no pesticides or herbicides -- we are a no-spray farm. (more...)


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Get the world's finest free range, pasture raised chicken & eggs right here in West Central Georgia. Heirloom tomatoes, garlic & onions, and gourmet salad mixes in season.(more...)


Palomar View Farms

  Aguanga, CA

Welcome to Palomar View Farms. We are located the Aguanga Valley right off Highway 79 where we bring you only the freshest sweetest produce any where. We are the only pick fresh farm in the valley. We only grow organically Heritage and open pollinated seeds. [NO GMO'S] (more...)


PBE Ranch

  Wolcott, NY

Our philosophy here at PBE Ranch is, what is best for the land and animals is what is best for us too. Therefore our farm is focused on raising 100% grass fed & finished Angus Hereford beef, along with pasture-raised chickens on land grazed in a sustainable fashion. (more...)


Our Family Farm

  Flushing, MI

CSA using heirloom varieties. We grow vegetables, herbs and flowers in the garden. Offer free range eggs to members. Our season usually last from June through October for produce. Recipes are available with your share to help in utilizing the produce received. Preservation class available to learn how to save your share.(more...)


Old Webster Farm

  Sparta, WI

Old Webster Farm sits on 117 acres of sandly loam in the town of Angelo, WI. The farm has been in my family since 1947 when my grandparents moved here from their farm in Wilton, WI. (more...)