The new sea lettuce that blooms on land, in water

The new world-famous lettuce, a perennial and perennial-type that is grown on land and can be grown in the ocean, is now blooming on land.

The blooms are in the form of blue and red, purple and green leaves and flowers, according to the University of California-Davis.

The plants are growing in California, but they’re also found all over the world, including on land in China, Japan, the United States and Canada.

This means the lettuce could become a food source for millions of people in the near future.

It’s the first time that a seaweed has bloomed on land on the Pacific coast, according the university.

It’s also the first bloomed seaweed on land anywhere in the world.

The research, which was published in the Journal of Plant Sciences, is the first to show that the blooms come from algae, a class of microscopic creatures called microalgae.

It also may help explain why the algae can bloom on land during the summer months.

Scientists believe the algae have a symbiotic relationship with sea lettuce.

The algae eat algae that grows on land or the water.

The new sea-lend lettuce blooms, which can last anywhere from a few weeks to months, are often accompanied by a salty, salty smell that can last for weeks.

Scientists at the University are also looking at the possibility that the bloom could help in the treatment of algae infections in coastal waters.

“This is the kind of thing that you can actually look at in a biological sense,” said Eric Hofer, a plant ecologist at UC-Davis and one of the study authors.

“It’s a biological explanation for why they are growing and why they’re doing this.”

This is one of many different kinds of algae that live in the oceans, Hofer said.

There are sea urchins, sea snails, sea ichthyos, sea gypsy fish, sea sponges and more.

Some of the animals that eat the algae live on land too.

They can be found in salt marshes, where they eat the plant’s leaves, as well as the sea.

The algae have been found in coral reefs in the Caribbean, which is why it’s so important to understand how they work.

Hofer said the research was also inspired by the new species of algae, known as cephalotrophic bacteria.

He said they are the same organisms that have been known to grow on land but have not been studied in this way before.

“These organisms are basically the opposite of the algae,” Hofer told The Associated Press.

“They grow on the ocean and they live off the ocean.”

Hofer and his colleagues are studying the growth of the seaweed in seawater to see if it will become an important part of food production.

The research is funded by the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the National Institutes of Health.