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Amy Renea
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cause lettuce plants to bolt (flower and set seed). Start up again in late summer or fall,
Grow fresh lettuce in that wheel barrow
Lettuce is more than the iceberg variety of diner dinner salads. In fact, even iceberg lettuce (also
plant lettuce in old wheel barrow
Grow lettuce in old wheel barrow
maturity and levels of heat tolerance. Look for lettuces that will do well in your climate.
Just a reminder to try lettuce again this fall.
Lettuce is more than the iceberg variety of diner dinner salads. In fact, even iceberg lettuce (also known as crisphead) is no longer that familiar. The lettuce family is huge and rapidly growing. Lettuce itself is still a standard for salads
6 inches deep for most lettuces, lettuce blends, mesclun and microgreens; 8 inches for chicory, radicchio and spinach.See how to grow salad greens
“great idea!” — maryn
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Oakland Estate
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for lettuce. You can also eat the thinnings and young leaves of butterhead and iceberg lettuce,
Great planter- here it is lettuce
Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for
and iceberg lettuce, then wait until the entire head forms and harvest the entire plant.
Love the lettuce being a hands grasp and worked into the hardscape we you would entertain.
lettuce as part of the garden
lettuce, kale, etc in a raised wall bed. Another idea: gutters waist high on a fence can grow lettuce etc.
Lettuces in a rock wall n
Harvest: Though you usually see heads of lettuce for sale in groceries and at markets, you can harvest individual leaves of leaf, romaine and Batavian lettuces. In fact, a common method is to sow a mix of these seeds, allow them to grow, then cut leaves
“veggies in a terrace” — themaddingcrowd
Amy Renea
Longwood Gardens Vegetable Garden
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CUCUMBER TRELLIS AND LETTUCE UNDERNEATH FOR SHADE
Climbers provide shade for lettuce underneath
trellis for cucumbers and lettuce grow underneath
like the trellis for vines and lettuce planted underneath
sturdy angled trellis for heavy climbing plants (squash or watermelon) and shady space underneath for lettuce
Trellis for climbing plants provides shade for lettuce
This is a squash trellis - lettuce & kale can be planted under this to keep it cool.....
squash and watermelon because of its thickness and strength of the wood panel. Once the vines start climbing the trellis, they provide shade for lettuces underneath.
“Squash/duke trellis, plant lettuce underneath” — kaoridawn
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Barbara Pintozzi
container carrots and lettuce
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Carrots and lettuce growing in a container taken by Barbara Pintozzi
Lettuce can be grown easily in a container, as can baby carrots.
Lettuce and baby carrots in a container
LETTUCE Planting and care: Sow seeds in rows about 1/8 to 1/4 inch deep or by broadcasting; cover lightly with soil. Thin leaf lettuces to about 1/4 to 3/4 of a foot apart. Butterhead and romaine lettuces should be 6 to 8 inches apart. Crispheads need the
and care: Sow seeds in rows about 1/8 to 1/4 inch deep or by broadcasting; cover lightly with soil. Thin leaf lettuces to about 1/4 to 3/4 of a foot apart. Butterhead and romaine lettuces should be 6 to 8 inches apart. Crispheads need the most space; allow at least a foot.Fertilize the soil when you
“When to plant: For spring crops, sow seeds or set out seedlings in early spring. (See thinning recom” — rdennis60
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Haynie Residents
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This is a Chalk Lettuce or Dudleya pulverulenta a California native.
This is a Chalk Lettuce or Dudleya pulverulenta a California native.
Called Chaulk lettuce
Succulents: chalk lettuce
Chalk lettuce...Plant chalk lettuce...Chalk Lettuce
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Garden Studio
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with potted baby lettuce purchased at Roger's Garden's in Corona del Mar and simple white pillar candles available at Ace Hardware. We at Garden Studio assembled the containers ourselves.
The Container's are from RJ's in San Juan Capistrano. They are filled with potted baby lettuce purchased at Roger's
Center piece with lettuces and battery operated candles
lettuce centre piece for summer party
Make centerpieces … with lettuce! For a fun centerpiece that’s also budget
candles in waterproof vase and put water around for lettuce to stay crisp looking
4. Make centerpieces … with lettuce! For a fun centerpiece that’s also budget friendly, fill any round containers you have with pillar candles and big handfuls of fresh lettuce. Be sure to keep the leaves away from the tops of the candles, or use battery-operated candles to avoid the problem entirely
“Table setting” — nettabutta
Renee's Garden
Kagraner Sommer Heirloom Lettuce
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of lettuce and mix in other greens, such as arugula, chicory, chervil and spinach, for a home-grown salad mix.
Salad greens. Growing your own salad greens is remarkably easy, and these are among the few edibles that do best in partial shade when it’s warm. Lettuce especially
warm. Lettuce especially can get bitter in hot weather, even if you grow the newer varieties that have been bred to resist bolting. Start with some of the loose-leafed varieties of lettuce and mix in other greens, such as arugula, chicory, chervil and spinach, for a home-grown salad mix
Growing your own salad greens is remarkably easy, and these are among the few edibles that do best in partial shade when it’s warm. Lettuce especially can get bitter
“Lettuce” — Leslie Yowell
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Window Boxes off the Back Deck
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Lettuces and 'Lemon Gem' marigolds growing in a window box off the back deck. The shadow of the roof line falls across the planters in the afternoon, allowing us to grow lettuce even in the summer. Photo by Steve Masley
idea for window boxes for lettuce planting
window boxes, especially for growing lettuces, to save space. Though they are shallower than other containers
7. Save space with a window box. Masley suggests window boxes, especially for growing lettuces, to save space. Though they are shallower than other containers, they’re longer, so roots can run the length of the planter’s base. The wood keeps roots cool, and mounting
7. Save space with a window box. Masley suggests window boxes, especially for growing lettuces, to save space. Though they are shallower than other containers, they’re longer, so roots can run the length of the planter’s base. The wood keeps roots cool, and mounting the planters on the wall minimizes
“Good idea for a planter.” — gmevansdow
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