Lactuca sativa

This is a Bibb type variety with larger more compact yellow-white hearts. Rosette heads average 4.5 inches in diameter with dark-green reddish-tinged thick blistered leaves. More heat tolerant and bolt resistant than many Butterhead varieties. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

This light-green medium-sized Butterhead type has smooth outer leaves with wavy edges and produces a nice dense mild flavored head. It is an improved Big Boston selected under warmed humid conditions. Relative maturity is 57 to 75 days. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

You can expect to have large to medium green cabbage-like heads with light green centers. Leaves are shiny and lightly crumpled. Great Lakes 118 is widely adapted, heat tolerant, very hardy and resistant to scald and tip burn. Relative maturity is 70 to 90 days. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

These plants produces large crisp heads of dark green lettuce. It is stronger, larger, and more uniform than other Great Lakes varieties. Excellent flavor and perfect for salads and sandwiches. This variety is slow to bolt and is resistant to heat and tip burn. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

This popular older variety quickly produces an abundance of light-green lightly crumpled juicy leaves. The large upright plants are widely adapted and tolerant to heat, drought and frost. Relative maturity is 40 to 65 days. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

These medium-large plants form a well-bunched head of wavy frilled deeply cut finely blistered light-green leaves. Good uniformity. Resistant to heat and tip burn. Relative maturity is 40 to 48 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 – never bitter. Baby leaves in 28 days and full size in 50 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. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

Ruby is a beautiful deep red variety with large frilled savoyed leaves and bright light green centers. It has good bolt and heat resistance. At full maturity plants vary from 9 to 11 inches in diameter. Relative maturity is 40 to 65 days. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

This lettuce forms large lime-green rosettes of delicate, tender, deep-notched oak-like leaves. Good resistance to bolting. Relatively good heat tolerance and does not get bitter in hot weather. Baby leaves in 28 days. Full size in 49 to 60 days. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

A bronze burgundy red version of Salad bowl also known as Red Oak with the same deeply lobed oak-like leaves and good heat tolerance. Holds its mild, non-bitter salad quality for a long time. 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 lettuce is 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. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

Cimmaron is a deep red romaine with superb flavor and crisp tender texture. Expect to have tall cylindrical plants that form 10-12 inch conical heads with deep-red color. Excellent bolt resistance. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

Parris Island Cos forms 8-12 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…