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  • Hammock Greens - Sweet Green Salanova

    Sweet Green Salanova

    Sweet flavor and crunchy, crisp, succulent leaves. Medium-dark green leaves with a very defined, three-dimensional shape. Sweet, almost romaine-like flavor, with a crisp, almost iceberg-like, texture.
  • Shinjuku

    Aromatic, edible chrysanthemum greens. Cut greens when about 4–8" tall for a flavorful addition to salads, vegetables, pickles, and sushi. Plant more thickly than other greens. Small orange and yellow chrysanthemum flowers appear later on unharvested plants. This is the preferred "fine" or "small" leaf strain.
  • Hammock Greens - Rosie Asian Green

    Rosie Asian Green

    Bright strawberry red pac choi. 12" tall plants are vase shaped with bright red leaves and greenish-red stems. Good for mixed packs with green- or white-stemmed pac chois. Also excellent as a baby leaf.
  • Hammock Greens - Scarlet Vein Sorrel

    Scarlet Vein Sorrel

    Flashy sorrel for salads. Bright-green leaves with contrasting dark maroon stems and veins add color and taste to salad mix. Same sharp, tangy flavor as regular sorrel.
  • Hammock Greens - New Fire Red

    New Fire Red

    Red leaf with heat tolerance. New Red Fire is relatively slow, but produces uniform, heavy heads of well-colored, frilly leaves.
  • Hammock Greens - Lola Rosa

    Lola Rosa

    Heavily frilled green leaves that provide loft, texture, and color.
  • Hammock Greens - Ezburke Red Romaine

    Ezburke Red Romaine

    Open-head, mini red romaine. Ezbruke features an open habit and small core with deep scarlet heads with attractive, red-speckled internal leaves — a rare color in lettuce.
  • Hammock Greens - Costal Star Romaine

    Costal Star Romaine

    A longtime favorite. The large, heavy heads are dark green. Good, sweet flavor.
  • Hammock Greens - Cherokee


    Darkest red leaves and a long harvest window. Thick, crisp, dark red leaves with good flavor. Similar appearance to Magenta except much darker red color, though not quite as sweet.
  • Hammock Greens - Bambi Bibb

    Bambi Bibb

    Little Gem-type for mini heads. Bambi's dark-green, smooth leaves form true mini heads.
  • Hammock Greens - Shiro Pac Choi

    Shiro Pac Choi

    Beautiful dark green pac choi. Broad, flat, light green petioles are topped with oval, dark green leaves. Best for full size, but also suitable for mini heads. Slightly smaller in size (10-12") and a complement to the white-stemmed Joi Choi.
  • Hammock Greens - Arugula


    The standard salad arugula. Long, dark, lobed leaves are suitable for salad mix or bunching with edible flowers. The white flowers with dark pink veins are edible, and can be harvested as they appear. Sprinkle them over salads or add to vegetable stir-fries. Flavor is spicy and nutty. Popular choice for brightening up salad mixes.
  • Hammock Greens - Butterhead


    Dark green butterhead is large and Heads are full and dense with good flavor.
  • Hammock Greens - Mizuna


    Essential salad mix ingredient. Traditional mustard green of Japanese origin. Mizuna produces dozens of pencil-thin white stalks with deeply cut, fringed leaves. Mild flavor.
  • Hammock Greens - Red Oakleaf

    Red Oakleaf

    Fine-lobed saladbowl-type oakleaf. Denser heads with deeper, shinier red than previous Red Oakleaf. Compact heads are great for selling as a whole head or in salad mix. Pair with either a red, core-type oak or red, core-type butter