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4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Looks beautiful, tastes good
What are the cons? Wish i planted more
This lettuce has survived my toddler and a couple of chicken attacks. It bounces back and is pest resistant. I have has zero issues with it.
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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Nice texture, good flavor.
What are the cons? None.
We're on to year two with this one. Grew it as spri.get crop last year and cut several harvests of leaves before taking the entire heads. Flavorful lettuce with a unique shape and good texture.
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy, fast, tender
What are the cons? None
Dang, this lettuce can do no wrong. Or I can do no wrong to it, I should say! It always comes through. Large heads are romaine-like, but less bitter and more tender. Even after it bolts, it tastes fine. An every-year lettuce for me.
14 out of 16 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Texture, flavor, ease
What are the cons? None!
I planted several types of greens and lettuce this year, and this is my favorite. It grew quickly and vigorously from direct-sown seeds, and it handled the hot end of a San Jose summer with no problems. This lettuce has a unique and delightful texture - tender, but with a rich, toothsome bite. The flavor is mild with a pleasantly bitter edge, about halfway between romaine and escarole. It's nicely productive as well; half a square foot is providing me with salad every couple of days. By good luck I happened to pair it with salad burnet. They make a beautiful match. I will definitely be growing this lettuce again.
17 out of 18 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? slow to bolt
What are the cons? iguana liked it too much.
this is the best lettuce i have grown or eaten.it is slow to bolt and held up to 98 degree temps.i planted in late feb.and it finely bolted in late july.can't beat that in south louisiana.my daughters iguana loved it and ate my seed plants,leaving black seeded simpson,and salad bowl standing.he has left us after 15 years,he was a "throw away".we paid for him and hoped.he was 6'long and he got what he wanted.he also liked winged peas and cherokee purple tom.