Though we offer many different varieties of lettuce, some deserve special recognition for having stood the test of time across the generations — not by chance, but because of outstanding flavor, reliability, and wide adaptability. We call these strains our heritage varieties because of their history and dependability as long-time favorites in the garden and on the farm.
Improved selection of heritage variety, fan-shaped full-size heads.
Improved selection for full-size heads.
Early, well-regarded redleaf with attractive, ruffled, fringed leaves.
Early, well-regarded redleaf.
Early-producing, adaptable and tasty greenleaf with tender leaves.
Adaptable and tasty greenleaf.
Radiant burgundy version of an old favorite; delicate oak-like leaves.
Red version of an old favorite.
Old French heirloom with medium-red tinted leaves, excellent flavor.
Well-known French heirloom.
Attractive heritage lettuce variety with speckled red baby leaves.
Attractive speckled red baby leaves.
Most widely-grown greenleaf, exceptionally early standard variety.
Exceptionally early greenleaf.
The standard green romaine for babyleaf, adds texture to salad mix.
The standard green romaine for baby leaf.
Well-known heirloom bibb with tongue-shaped leaves, excellent flavor.
Well-known, heirloom bibb type.
Classic green oakleaf type with delicate, lime-green, lobed leaves.
Classic green oakleaf.
Red-edged, heavily-frilled leaves provide loft, texture, and color.
Heavily frilled green leaves with dark red edges.