Vegetables Lettuce Oakleaf Lettuce
Oakleaf Lettuce
Oakleaf Lettuce
True to its name, the individual leaves of oakleaf lettuce are deeply lobed and shaped like the leaves of oak trees. While generally grown as a leaf lettuce and picked at baby-leaf stage, oakleaf lettuces can also be grown for full-size heads. Both red and green varieties are offered.
1 - 14 of 14
New
Spritzer
New! Dark-red Tango type.
28 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Green Saladbowl
Classic green oakleaf.
28 Days
Red version of an old favorite.
26 Days
Striking red color.
Striking red color.
47 Days
Johnny's Exclusive
Panisse
Bright green oakleaf.
48 Days
Johnny's Exclusive
Panisse
Bright-green oakleaf.
48 Days
Long-favored red oakleaf. Conventional seed; NOP-compliant pellet.
Long-time favorite red oakleaf. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
45 Days
Striking red color. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
Striking red color. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
47 Days
Johnny's Exclusive
Garrison
Fast-growing baby red oakleaf with good downy mildew resistance.
Fast-growing baby red oakleaf with good downy mildew resistance.
28 Days
Long-time favorite red oakleaf.
Long-time favorite red oakleaf.
45 Days
Green oakleaf with disease resistance.
31 Days
A favorite for salad mix.
29 Days
A lettuce classic.
32 Days
Disease resistant, dark red baby oakleaf.
Disease resistant, dark red baby oakleaf.
31 Days
1 - 14 of 14