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Salad Bowl, Red - Leaf Lettuce
Salad Bowl, Red - Leaf Lettuce
Salad Bowl, Red - Leaf Lettuce
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Red Salad Bowl (Leaf-type)
50 days — Similar to 'Green Salad Bowl' except for the reddish-bronze color.  It is a very decorative plant that makes an attractive addition to a tossed salad.  It is also slow to bolt (go to seed) allowing for a long harvest period.

Introduced in 1955. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 500 to 600 seeds.

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Love this! This is my new favorite type of lettuce!
This is my new favorite type of lettuce! The first time I tried it was last week on a sandwich. It is so tasty I could eat it by itself, no dressing or anything. It didn't grow very large over the spring and summer, but I think that has more to do with the shade in my backyard than the lettuce itself
Reviewed by: Amber Schooley from Pomona, CA. on 1/19/2015
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