Large Round-Leaved

This is a small quick growing salad plant for late Fall or early Spring. It may also be cooked for greens. About 300 seeds to the packet. Pkt. 10c oz. 19c lb. 50c postpaid.

This is a hardy winter salad the small leaves being served like lettuce during the cool fall and early winter months. It is used also for garnishing meat dishes in the same manner as parsley and cress. It does not succeed during warm weather and the seed should be sown thinly in drills during August September and October to supply fresh leaves during the cool fall and winter months. It is quite hardy and after cool weather sets in can be protected by a thin mulch of soft hay or straw. One ounce will plant thirty feet of row. Pkt. 5c oz. 10c lb. 25c lb. 70c postpaid.

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Fetticus or Lambs Lettuce

This delightful salad is used during the Winter and Spring months as a substitute for lettuce and is also cooked and used like spinach. In warm weather the plants will mature in four to six weeks. Sow during August or September. Pkt. 4C oz. 12C 2 oz. 20C lb. 35c.

Is used during winter and early spring to increase the variety of small salads and as a substitute for lettuce. In France it is boiled like spinage.

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Large Seeded

Sow in spring in drills one foot apart it will mature in 6 or 8 weeks. For winter and early spring use sow in drills in August and September. Pkt. 10c oz. 25c lb. 65c.

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Corn Salad Fetticus or Lambs Lettuce

Is used during winter and early spring to increase the variety of small salads and as a substitute for lettuce. In France it is boiled like spinage.

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Large Round-Leaved Large-Seeded

This is a hardy winter salad the small leaves being served like lettuce during the cool fall and early winter months. It is used also for garnishing meat dishes in the same manner as parsley and cress. It does not succeed during warm weather and the seed should be sown thinly in drills during August September and October to supply fresh leaves during the cool fall and winter months. It is quite hardy and after cool weather sets in can be protected by a thin mulch of soft hay or straw. One ounce will plant thirty feet of row. Pkt. 5c oz. 10c lb. 25c lb. 70c postpaid.

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