This lettuce has bright red leaves with curled edges. There is a clear color difference between the green base and the red fan shaped leaves that are tightly packed together.
This is our curliest lettuce available for your garden! Make sure you thin it down so you have a single lettuce plant. When harvesting small amounts make sure you select the outer leaves first so you can harvest multiple times.
Antonet Lettuce Story
Antonet Lettuce is scientifically known as Lactuca sativa and is an award winning lettuce. In 1993 this plant won the Royal Horticultural Society Garden of Merit award. You can see why it won when you look at the beautiful range of colors. It is light green at its core and gradually becomes a rich maroon along its frilly edges and the crisp leaves have a sweet flavor. This prize winner is an Italian cut-and come-again lettuce. Meaning you can harvest the outer leaves has you need them in your kitchen and then come back again for your next meal. However, if you are making a huge salad you can also harvest the whole head once! You can turn your Rise Garden into an award winning garden with this lettuce.
Seed Pod Details
Crop Variety Lettuce Antonet Edible Plant Yes Size ( Tall=>12" / Short =>12" Short Sprouts in ( Days) 5 Lasts for ( total days to harvest) 25 Thin this Plant? Yes Level of pruning (0 = None, 1= 1/m, 2= 2/m, 3/m) 0 Pollination? No # of harvest 1
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