Lettuce is a fast-growing, semi-perennial herbaceous plant grown for its edible leaves that are usually eaten raw. Lettuce is adapted to cool, moist conditions in temperate areas and above 1,000 m in the tropics.
Resembles small iceberg lettuce but is more heat resistant. It has thick, crisp, bright green outer leaves surrounding a large well-packed heart with mild and juicy flavor. This lettuce was developed at the University of Hawaii and matures in 50-54 days.
This lettuce variety was developed at Cornell University and is named after the town where the school is located. Heat tolerant and resistant to tipburn. It is a medium to large-sized, smooth flattened head with green frilled leaves. 53-85 days to maturity.
New Red Fire
A large semi-heading variety with large, deep red ruffled leaves that hold color even in adverse conditions. Plants uniformly produce the same size heads in 43 to 65 days.
A slow-bolting, heat resistant, big leaf cos/romaine type lettuce from Australia.
A romaine lettuce with dark green blistered leaves. This variety has some resistance to lettuce mosaic virus.
An heirloom butterhead lettuce from Germany that is resistant to heat and produces elegant pale green heads of exceptional quality. It matures in about 58 days.
Green Bowl MJ3
Leaves are green in color with wavy edges.
Densely bunched, deep red leaves.
Red Bowl MJ4
Leaves are deep red and maroon in color with wavy edges.
Young leaves can be eaten as well as the hardy stem at the base of the mature plant.
Loose-leaf type from Northeast India. Light green leaves usually eaten raw.
Green Oak Baby leaf MJ-3 15142TH
Mini Cos (MJ53)
Long, wide leaves. White seeds.
A heat-tolerant, medium-sized head green leaf lettuce. High yielding, uniform, and disease resistant. 52 days to maturity.