(Lactuca sativa) Italian heirloom. Bright green leaves with deep bronze, heavily fringed leaves. Attractive variety. Slow to bolt. 50 days. 1500 seeds
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By: Jason on 17 August 2015
This is one of the best lettuces which you can grow. It has a subtle flavour, and looks amazing! You must try it!
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