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  • Jo Ann C.

    Regrow romaine lettuce from the stump bought in the grocery store... be sure to start with an organic one...

  • Stephanie Herzog

    Growing Romaine lettuce from the leftover stumps! Gotta try this! Apparently works with green onions too?!

  • Noelle Ronco

    Indoor garden?? Growing Romaine lettuce from the leftover stumps.

  • Amy Carter

    Re grow romaine lettuce

  • Jenny Bass

    Growing Romaine lettuce from the leftover stumps - way easier and cheaper to get the plants from the grocery store!

  • Natalie Brown

    A useful tip, if only I had a green thumb.

  • Alicia Moore

    Regrow lettuce and celery from the grocery store! Just put the stump in a bit of water (1/2") and change the water daily. The leaves will start sprouting again!

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put each stump in a half inch of water, check the level daily, and wait for tender new growth.

The best and most amazing thing about lettuce, besides eating it, is that if the stump is intact it will regenerate and regrow new shoots for a second harvest. Above is a photograph of three romaine “stumps” in various levels of regrowth. All I did was put each stump in a half inch of water, check the level daily, and wait for tender new growth.

Growing Romaine lettuce from the leftover stumps! Gotta try this!

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this sounds crazy enough to actually work...I will have to give it a try!!

Re-grow Romaine Lettuce Hearts - just cut, place in water, and watch them grow back in days.

Re-grow Romaine Lettuce Hearts – just cut, place in water, and watch them grow back in days… @ its-a-green-life

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Kale is a biennial. Companion plants: beets, celery, lettuce, onions, potatoes & strawberries. These companions spread & provide shade for the soil, helping to keep the soil cool. Kale likes cool soil. Also apply a heavy mulch like shredded leaves. Feed monthly with fish emulsion or compost tea.