Amaranthus caudatus

Red Garnett is a leaf variety grown for its colorful sprouts and soft tasty young leaves. They are oval-heart shaped and medium green overlaid with burgundy red. Leaves can be harvested 20 to 25 days after sowing. Used fresh and for cooking. Read More…

Eruca sativa

This standard strain of arugula or roquette is used in salad mixes to add a delicious spicy flavor. It has long dark green lobed leaves that are ready to cut in 21 days for baby leaves. Read More…

Diplotaxis tenuifolia

Compared with regular arugula, this species is slower growing, about half the height and has smaller much more deeply lobed leaves. The taste is more pungent and is becoming the arugula of choice in many Italian dishes. Produces tiny delicate yellow flowers. Read More…

Diplotaxis tenuifolia

This faster growing new variety of wild rocket is similar in leaf shape and color to the common variety but is more vigorous outgrowing it by as much as 25%. This allows the first harvest to take place 4 to 6 days earlier. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

This popular heirloom variety produces dark red-purple leaves that can be cut for the baby leaf market 35 days from sowing. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

Detroit Dark Red is the most widely used variety for both baby leaf and roots. Typical medium green tops with tinges of red can be cut for baby leaf mix in 30 days. Resistant to Downy Mildew. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

This very uniform high yielding hybrid variety has a fully erect growth habit and longer leaves making it ideal for baby leaf production. Leaves are bright green in color with red veins and stems. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

This newly discovered variety will add a vibrant color to any spring mix. Young stems have a beautiful magenta-red color that extends into the leaf veins and fades into the medium green leaves. Similar to the Bull’s Blood variety, Red Devil has a darker maroon color. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

This extremely uniform vigorous hybrid has a fully erect growth habit which makes it particularly suitable for baby leaf production. Sweet tasting leaves are light to medium green with red veins and stems. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

Ruby Queen has typical medium green tops with tinges of red can be cut for baby leaf mix in 30 days. The baby leaves of Ruby Queen are very similar to Detroit Dark Red in color, size and maturity. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Japonica group)

Mibuna plants produce hundreds of pencil-thin white stalks with delicate, slender, smooth, non-lobed leaves. It is related to Mizuna and has a mildly sharp taste ideal for mixed salads. Cut for baby leaves as early as 21 days. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Japonica group)

A unique mustard green of Japanese origin which produces numerous pencil-thin white stalks and medium green deeply indented feathery leaves. They have a mild fresh crisp taste, not at all pungent. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Chinensis group)

Red Komatsuna F1 has beautiful deep red, rounded, tender leaves with slender, fleshy, rounded green stems. This makes for a tasteful and attractive addition to any baby salad mix. Plants are uniform with vigorous upright growth and good heat tolerance. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Japonica group)

This attractive red Mizuna exhibits good hybrid vigor making it well adapted for baby leaf production. Leaves have an attractive red purple color and are similar in shape to regular Mizuna except with less indentation. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Narinosa group)

Tat Soi has small, spoon-shaped dark green shiny leaves that form a compact, thick rosette perfect for bunching. Leaves have a nice mild taste good for salads or stir-fries. Planted thick, baby leaves are ready to harvest in 21 days. Cold tolerant. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Narinosa group)

This hybrid has small to medium spoon shaped shiny red-violet leaves with a slightly rumpled texture and a mild mustard taste. Leaf color holds well in warm temperatures. Read More…

Brassica napus pabularia

Plant leaves are deep gray-green with purple veins, flat, non-curled with deeply cut margins. Baby leaves are very tend Read More…

Lactuca sativa

This deep red romaine has tall cylindrical plants that form 10 to 12 inch conical heads with deep-red color, superb flavor and crisp tender texture. Excellent bolt resistance. A popular baby leaf variety that can be harvested in 30 to 35 days. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

These upright long-standing plants produce nice tight rosettes of medium-dark green deeply lobed oak leaf shaped leaves. It has very good resistance to hot weather and is never bitter. Baby leaves are ready to harvest in 28 days. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

These oak leaf shaped leaves are medium green with red and green veining underneath a red surface blush that turns a deep burgundy as they mature. Full sun brings out the deep-red color. Some heat resistance. Baby leaves ready to harvest in 28 days. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

Parris Island Cos forms 8 to 12 inch slightly loose neatly folded heads with dark gray-green slightly savoyed leaves and a creamy white heart. Good uniformity with tolerance to tip burn, mosaic and bolting. Named after Parris Island off South Carolina. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

A Lolla Rossa type, Selway has been specially selected for its outstanding color. It is a deeply curled loose leaf lettuce variety with heavily frilled green leaves that have dark magenta edges. This makes Selway an essential in salad mixes. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

This very uniform upright leaf lettuce is unique because of the deep cut serrated dark green leaves. Rosettes stay tight and erect. Excellent lettuce for the baby leaf and salad mix market. Leaves are very tender and rich in vitamins. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

Waldmann’s Green is a Grand Rapids type that has heavier slightly longer leaves that make it popular with baby leaf growers. Light green leaves are large wavy and frilled. Uniform and productive. Baby leaves in 28 days. Read More…

Brassica juncea

Feather Red F1 is an unique mustard plant with long, skinny, frilled leaves. These leaves have a dark maroon color with vibrant light green stems. The taste and look of this mustard makes it perfect for spring mixes. Read More…

Brassica juncea

This large upright plant is slow to bolt. It stands 2 to 4 weeks longer than other varieties and grows to 16 to 18 inches tall. The leaves are dark green with serrated ends and slightly wavy. This variety, possess a spicy flavor and is popular with commercial growers. Read More…

Brassica Juncea

This attractive variety from Japan produces medium-green leaves with a tinge of purple and purple-red veins. Tender mild flavor. Leaves are more refined than Red Giant but are a little less hardy in a young stage. Harvest for baby leaves in 21 days. Read More…

Brassica Juncea

A popular red mustard green that adds a colorful tasty zest to salad mixes. Slightly savoyed leaves are maroon in color with light green midribs and narrow stems. Ready for baby leaf harvest in 21 days. Holds well in a baby leaf mix. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Chinensis group)

A fast growing non-heading variety that produces clusters of 8 to 12 crisp white stalks with large nearly round smooth glossy green leaves. It has a pleasant mildly pungent taste and in cool weather produces baby leaves in 21 to 24 days. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Chinensis group)

This is a beautiful new hybrid that produces glossy purple red leaves with bright very light green stems and leaf veins. Leaf stems are slightly longer than similar varieties making it well adapted for baby leaf growing. Baby leaves are ready to harvest in 20 days. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Cicla group)

Bred specifically for the baby leaf market, this variety grows quickly and produces smooth dark glossy green leaves with slightly curled edges that hold up well in a baby leaf mix. Baby leaves are ready to harvest in 26-28 days. Read More…

(Beta vulgaris (Cicla group)

Calico Mix is Condor’s own unique blend of green, white, red, gold and magenta swiss chards. Before blending, the seed is decorticated and sized alike for optimum uniform blending and planting. Baby leaves are ready to harvest in 28-30 days. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Cicla group)

A standard green variety that produces medium dark green crumpled leaves with white veins and broad white stems. Harvest for baby leaves 30 days after sowing. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Cicla group)

Golden Sunrise has deep golden stalks, midribs and veins. Shiny leaves are rich medium green and lightly crumpled. Excellent golden color when young. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Cicla group)

Magenta Sunset has a very tender, narrow, beautiful magenta colored stock and midrib. Leaves are medium dark green and nearly smooth when young. Adds beautiful new color to salads. Baby leaves 28 to 33 days after sowing. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Cicla group)

Ruby Red’s dark green shiny mildly savoyed leaves with red veins and bright crimson stalks make this variety a favorite with baby leaf growers. These young 4 to 5 inch leaves are ready to harvest 33 days after sowing Read More…