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1. This one might seem a little confusing, given all Lettuces feature leaves, but leaf lettuce is known for its looser-packed leaves that come in a variety of red and green

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3. Softer Lettuces do best when torn by hand, but if you’re using romaine, feel free to chop


4. Head Lettuces, such as butterhead, crisphead, iceberg, and romaine, develop into upright clumps that are loosely packed or tightly bunched

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5. Plant head Lettuces outside in early spring where they will receive full sun


6. However, the word Lettuces exists, and refers to multiple kinds of lettuce

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7. Romaine lettuce, bib lettuce, red-leaf lettuce, and butter lettuce are all Lettuces

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9. Specialty Lettuces Crystal Valley offers a full line of specialty baby Lettuces from Peru

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10. Loose leaf cultivars are the brightly colored, nutritious Lettuces often sold in a "spring mix." These Lettuces tolerate warmer temperatures and a shorter growing season than other varieties, so they are usually scattered directly in the garden

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12. About Lettuces The uninitiated may think lettuce is lettuce

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13. Each has a distinct flavor, texture and color, so you can have remarkably different salads just by varying the Lettuces you use


14. Lettuces are an excellent crop for beginners who want to learn more about growing vegetables

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15. Lettuces and salad greens are perhaps the easiest of all vegetables to grow


16. Start head Lettuces indoors 6 weeks before the last frost date and transplant outdoors 3 weeks before the last frost date.

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17. Lettuce (countable and uncountable, plural Lettuces) An edible plant, Lactuca sativa and its close relatives, having a head of green and/or purple leaves

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18. The lettuce selection alone can single-handedly bring lust into the hearts of salad lovers, but Lettuces only start a shopping list that wanders through an enticing variety of salad items, including exotic greens, fancy radishes, spinach and sugar snap peas.

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19. Delicate springtime Lettuces are tossed in a creamy vinaigrette and layered with salty strips of prosciutto and fresh sweet peas for seasonal main-dish salad

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20. Masculin mix is literally a mixed bag of Lettuces, it is high in vitamin A (beta carotene), Vitamin C, and folate

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does the name lettuce mean?

Lettice as a name for girls is of Latin origin, and the name Lettice means "joy". Lettice is an alternate form of Letitia (Latin): Latin variant of the name. STARTS/ENDS WITH Le-, -ce. ASSOCIATED WITH joy.

Does lettuce have stem?

Lettuce is shown as a long stem with marks indicating where leaves had been removed. At the top of the stem is a tuft of elongated leaves, bluish green in color. This lettuce may have been the one that first was eaten and may have been derived in turn from the type used for seed oil.

Where does lettuce come from?

Lettuce's native range spreads from the Mediterranean to Siberia, although it has been transported to almost all areas of the world. Plants generally have a height and spread of 15 to 30 cm (6 to 12 in).

What are the parts of lettuce?

Four botanical varieties of lettuce are cultivated: (1) celtuce, or asparagus lettuce (variety augustana), with narrow leaves and a thick, succulent, edible stem; (2) head, or cabbage, lettuce (variety capitata), with the leaves folded into a compact head; (3) leaf, or curled, lettuce (variety crispa), with a rosette of leaves that are curled, ...

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