Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce 2011 Hagood

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Latin name Lactuca sativa [1]
Variety Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce
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Source
Source info Organic method
Oldest Source Trixie Barnett
Oldest Source location Remlap, AL
Last Growout
Grower Charlotte Hagood
Growout Location Albertville, AL
Growout Coordinates
Zone 7a
Selected Traits
Received or Grown out 2011
Next Growout Deadline 2022
Plant Growth
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Leaf type ruffled leaves
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Leaf Color green
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Bank Sand Mountain Seed Bank
Containers 141
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Current Quantity .5 oz
Total Seeds out
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Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce 2011 Hagood
Lactuca sativa
GROW BY: 2022
NOT FOR SALE
Lactuca sativa GROW BY: 2022 NOT FOR SALE Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce 2011 Hagood

Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce

Lactuca sativa

OS: Trixie Barnett,
Remlap, AL

GROWER: Charlotte Hagood,
Albertville, AL

GROWOUT: 2011

GROW BY: 2022

NOT FOR SALE
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  Zone: 7a
Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce
Lactuca sativa
Grown by
Charlotte Hagood
in Albertville, AL
2011
Sand Mountain Seed Bank
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General Description

The ruffled leaves are large with an appealing green color. Simpson is well adapted to a wide range of climates and is still the best for early spring sowing.

History

Sourced from O.S. Trixie Barnett in 1993.