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Cut-and-grow lettuce-- A whole palette of colorful varieties delivers a leafy feast.

Cut-and-Come-Again Lettuce Sampler - varieties that will grow back after cutting

Cut-and-Come-Again Lettuce - varieties of lettuce you can cut, and that will grow back (like grass)

Yum, lettuce, radishes, cabbage collards, cauliflower, brussel sprouts. It's easier than you think. And much safer for you:)

Tips for Growing Lettuce

Grow The Best Organic Lettuce - diversity within the beds (plant w/herbs, garlic, onions, etc.), also plant with a trap crop (radishes) that pests will attack those leaves instead (bonus - you still get radishes!)

Cool Greens: Growing Lettuce in Your Fall Garden

lettuce! all kinds and colors but cut often or it will go to seed quickly!

How to Grow Lettuce - The Homestead Garden (I know a bit about lettuce but some of this info may be helpful!)

Guide to Growing Lettuces - There are two main types of lettuce, the cabbage and the cos, and a great many varieties of each differing in colour, crispness, size and season. Lettuces like a well-dug, rather rich, well-manured soil. They are frequently treated purely as a catch-crop, and good yields can be obtained from sowings made on the ridges of celery trenches or between rows of peas.

Gardening promotes you to eat what you grow, and fresh lettuce is pretty good for you