Heirloom Iceberg Lettuce

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First gaining popularity in the 1940s, iceberg lettuce was originally known as crisphead lettuce. Forming a closed head resembling that of a cabbage, the crunchy texture and mild flavor of iceberg varieties is preferred by some to provide a backdrop against more intensely flavored salad ingredients and dressings.


Lettuce Iceberg Crispino 500 Non-GMO, Organic Seeds

$3.23

Adaptable iceberg. Medium-sized, glossy green, firm heads. More uniform and less susceptible to twisted leaves compared to most iceberg varieties. High percentage of perfect heads, even when grown in less than ideal, warm and humid conditions. White interior, juicy, and mild. Organically grown.  Harvest in about 60 days.


Lettuce Iceberg 500 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

$3.23

Iceberg is a timeless classic heirloom lettuce that has been a salad staple for more than 100 years. Crisp and delicious, Iceberg is the standard. Plant Iceberg Lettuce most anywhere, but expect it to thrive in cooler climates.  Harvest in about 55 days.


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