A favored variety among commercial growers because of it's striking dark red color, good flavor, and excellent holding ability. New Red Fire has almost no bitterness under stress, and also has moderate cold tolerance. It is your best choice in red leaf types. The loose heads are easy to harvest and provide delicious leaves for an exquisite salad. Harvest at baby leaf stage or full size. 48 days
This plant is heat tolerant, and slow to bolt. The small rosette heads are compact and firm, with a yellow white heart that is very crisp and sweet. All America winner. 60 days
This mini-butterhead has a delicious and creamy yellow center, while sporting a light green exterior. Can be served whole as a salad or cut up in a salad mix. You can plant Tom Thumb in the garden but it will also do well in containers. Popular in the 1860's, this type of lettuce is a treat you won't find at the supermarket today. 57 days.
A mixture of five different lettuce varieties selected for flavor and tenderness. This colorful blend looks attractive in the garden, and tastes great in a salad mix. Popular among chefs and market gardeners. 40 to 55 days
Upright leaves are deeply curled, light green in color, with bronze color in the margins. It is fast growing with good bolting tolerance. Superior flavor and non-bitter taste makes this a favorite of farmers markets and your own garden. 50 days
Leaves are long and oak leaf shaped, dark green and very flavorful. This heat resistant strain has thick midribs and maintains flavor and sweetness in heat better than others in this class. 45 days
This is one of the greatest improvements in Simpson lettuce in the last 30 years. It has the same tasty leaves, light green in color, and delicate sweet flavor as Black Seeded Simpson. But now it gives you an extra 30 to 40 days to harvest due to the bolting resistant nature of this selection. Going away on vacation for two weeks? Don't worry about it. Simpson Elite will be waiting for you when you return, and it won't be bitter that you took a little break. 42 days.