Lettuces, kales, collards, mustards, and more. Browse the images below to determine which kind of green, leafy vegetable you've received.

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Red Iceberg Lettuce
A colorful iceberg variety, Red Iceberg is a pleasant mild lettuce. Its leaves are crisp and sweet.

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Hyper Red Rumple Waved Lettuce
This colorful lettuce has a very pleasant texture and taste. Use it to punch up salad greens.

Ruby perfection

Ruby Perfection Cabbage
A pretty red cabbage! This cabbage works well in a fresh slaw dressed with lemon vinaigrette, or, for a fall dish, try this braised red cabbage.

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Savoy Cabbage
This cabbage is cold-weather tolerant, so it persists later in the season. Its webbed leaves are well suited to stuffed cabbage recipes. Savoy cabbage holds up well when roasted or braised.

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This spear-shaped herb has a sharp, lemony flavor, making it a great local alternative to citrus in salads, sandwiches, and garnishes. It's also very high in Vitamins A and C. Try it in creamy tuna salad or stir it into Greek yogurt for a sauce for meats, vegetables, or lentils.

Spicy greens

Spicy Greens
We grow many varieties of spicy greens on the farm. Mizuna greens are pictured here. They can add punch to a meal with a nasal, mustardy heat, but that heat can be tamed a bit by cooking the greens before serving


We grow a few varieties of spinach here on the farm, including Bordeaux, 
Tyee, Space, and Winter Bloomsdale. Our spinach is delicious raw and holds up to cooking well, too. Don't discard those stems; they're sweet and crunchy.

Sweet valentine

Sweet Valentine Lettuce
Sweet Valentine lettuce is a mild variety. It has a very sweet, pleasant flavor and a beautiful color.

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Winterbor Kale
Winterbor kale is a curly kale variety with blue-green leaves. It is exceptionally cold tolerant; in fact, it sweetens significantly after a frost.

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