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Iceberg Lettuce is a perennial favourite that works in any salad.
Leaf Lettuce is possibly the most popular type of salad green, enjoyed for its universally appealing taste and texture as well as its attractive appearance.
Romaine is a fresh, crisp, hearty green that it is just right for everyday occasions yet sophisticated enough for Caesar himself.
Mesclun is a stylish array of designer greens. The mixture, which got its start in restaurants, varies depending on the season and the supplier but typically consists of arugula, Frisee (a slender, spiky member of the chicory family), oak leaf lettuce, radicchio and other baby greens.
Belgian Endive, probably the most popular of the endive family, is grown completely in the dark to prevent it from turning green.
Radicchio, the flamboyant redhead, is the Italian word for chicory, the family of greens from which it comes.