By Ann Reilly. Discusses how to start seeds indoors, and the advantages of starting your own seeds,$3.95
Very heat resistant, large rosettes (indistinct heads) of oakleaf-shaped dark green leaves w/ thick midribs, never bitter when hot. Plant 4-6 wks before last frost & every 2 wks to mid-July. Sow 1/4" deep, 4-5/ft in rows 10-18" apart. Or sow indoors.Price From: $2.75
By Nancy Bubel. How to grow greens such as cabbage, collared greens, and endives.$3.95
42 Days. Organic. Heirloom. A popular, adaptable green leaf lettuce that's quick to mature and withstands some frost. Crinkled crisp leaves blanch almost white at plant's center. Likes cool temperatures. Can plant in late Fall for a early Spring harvest!Price From: $2.75
Popular heirloom leaf lettuce. Thick, pointed rich-flavored leaves don't turn bitter. Very heat resistant; will not bolt! This cultivar was very popular among pioneer families because of its ruggedness and high yield. Supply limited.
Market farm varietyPrice From: $3.15