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Lollo Rosso Leaf Lettuce
Lollo Rosso Leaf Lettuce
Lollo Rosso Leaf Lettuce
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Lollo Rosso (Leaf)
50 to 70 days — The leaves are a beautiful magenta color with a light green base, deeply curled with a very mild flavor. It can be sown in spring or fall in most areas and is a "cut and come again" type. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 500 to 600 seeds.
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Most beautiful Lettuce
Planted in containers, held up to the late summer weather of the pacific nw. It was beautiful in a salad, maintaining shape even under heavy cream-based dressings. It added another dimension, nutritionally and aesthetically, when sauteed for omelette.
Reviewed by: Cindy Gulledge from Pac NW/Portland/SW WA. on 1/13/2014
Beautiful addition to salad. Red color in picture is exactly how mine grew. Easy and fast to grow. A great cut and come again if you harvest by the individual leaf. It also stayed fresh for a few days in the fridge.
Reviewed by: Bonnie Mills from Northern California. on 12/1/2011
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