Well, it’s Independence Day and what better information can I give you than to share one way to be independent from your local grocery store? See the parallel…..? Independence Day….independence from the grocery store? Get it? Ok, moving on.
Last weekend I gave this a try and had some success and figured I’d share what I did with you all.
Growing lettuce from a core is a simple process and has only a few steps to it. First, you’ll need to gather your items:
Next, the simple process:
Make a shallow hole to plant your lettuce core.
If you do this project, I would love to hear about your experiences, especially if you do end up trying this with store-bought lettuce. I have only used lettuce from the nearby farmer’s market, and while I have no idea if they use pesticides or anything that would hinder regrowth, I have heard that store boughts have both strikes against them.
Thanks for reading and have a lovely Independence Day!
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