Adds colour to the salad bowl!
Crisp and delicious, the leaves are frilled and tinged with red. Pretty enough to include in the flower border. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Picking Lettuce. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany.
Sow little and often to ensure a continuous supply. Grow in a rich soil and water well in dry periods. Sow outdoors at fortnightly intervals from March to July, and in September sow varieties which stand through winter to head the following spring. (10-14 weeks maturity.)