Bronze Arrowhead Lettuce

Lactuca sativa | SKU: 0378
4 Reviews
$3.75 to $9.19
  • Green and deep maroon leaves
  • Short season variety
  • Looseleaf and cut-and-come again
  • 40-50 days
  • ±25,000 seeds/oz

$3.75 to $9.19

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Item Details

Introduced as Bronze Beauty by Germain’s Seed Co. Awarded the bronze medal at the 1947 All-America Selections. Hailed as “the finest, most colorful and most delicious leaf lettuce for the home garden.” Our favorite oakleaf type. Looseleaf, 40-50 days. ±25,000 seeds/oz.

Learn to Grow Bronze Arrowhead Lettuce

Direct Seed: 1" Apart

Seed Depth: 1/4"

Germination: 7-14 Days

Thin: 6-8" Apart

Instructions - Sow continuously for a constant supply of lettuce. Best grown in cooler weather. Plant in full sun or partial shade.

Ratings & Reviews

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Beautiful & Tasty!


This is one of the most beautiful lettuces I have ever seen. It is refreshing to look at. It is easy to grow, to cut & come again, and I like the flavor. It also seems to handle Florida heat well. I am really glad to have "discovered" this. Thanks Seed Savers.

The only oak leaf I grow


Amazing color, size and flavor, this tops my list for oak leaved lettuces. Plant no less than 8 inches apart then get ready to cut and come again all season long.

Heat, drought and cold tolerant, good tasting...


I have been growing this since the 80s. First in No Cal, then in Hawaii for a few decades and now on Cape Cod. Over the years of letting it go to seed I have bred for heat and drought tolerance and lately cold tolerance also. The last 2 years I sowed seed in September, came back in April to beautiful plants that survived 20 degree New England winter.Best ever!!

Delicious, and held well in heat


I planted this lettuce in the fall, it wintered over nicely (in Virginia), establishing good roots, and came to life in the spring. Of all the varieties I planted, it held the best as the weather heated up. It never got bitter and I didn't lose any of it to bolting.