Plugsheets of lettuce

Lettuce landscape

Plugsheets of lettuce

A tiny landscape of lettuces: Especially with the hot, dry weather we’ve been having, you can’t go wrong with a few trays of leaf lettuce seedlings, lending support to the baby greens in the field! Transplanted at 8-10″ spacing, lettuces in a variety of colors and shapes—oakleafs, salad bowls, lollos—can be picked at least a couple of times as leaves for a bigger-leaf greens mix, or thinned as they start to really fill out, with two or three varieties bundled and the rest left to grow all the way. Lettuce options!

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7 thoughts on “Lettuce landscape”

  1. Incidentally found the website of one firm which is engaged in production and sale of various tools for housekeeping: buckets, containers, shovels, scoops, rake, mattocks and many other things. Ordered from them last year the galvanized buckets and containers in rather large number for the subsequent realization. Delivered exactly in the specified time. I continue to cooperate with them still. Especially pleased that production almost completely environmentally friendly. So if there is a desire address them, you will not regret.

  2. There’s no comparison between fresh lettuces and those that are store bought. Planted arugula this past spring for the first time. So peppery and delicious. Thanks for the great blog. Loving your stuff!

  3. Can lettuce grow in hot weather without shade ? Mine’s bolted. However it is growing wonderful in the now cold weather of New Jersey. I am a small market gardener from New Jersey. I am just beginning. Your lettuce plants look lovely.

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