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    • Melinda

      ap: Growing Romaine lettuce from the leftover stumps. me: so far, this method has worked with green onions and celery.

    • Lori McEntee

      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!

    • yose ram

      Regrow romaine lettuce from the stump bought in the grocery store.

    • Noelle Ronco

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

    • Amy Carter

      Re grow romaine lettuce

    • Lorinda Enokawa

      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.

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