5 Proven Ways to Grow Lettuce Indoors & in Containers Year Round

Do you want to have fresh lettuce but without digging soil? Here are 5 ways to growing lettuce indoors or in a container all year round.

Do you want to have fresh lettuce but without digging soil? Here are 5 ways to growing lettuce indoors or in a container all year round.

Do you love salad? Well, if so, then you need to keep reading this article. The reason is because we’re going to share with you how to grow lettuce indoors. Yes, this means that you can grow lettuce year round.

This also means that you can enjoy fresh greens even with snow on the ground.

1. Growing Lettuce From Lettuce

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Did you know that you can actually grow lettuce from another head of lettuce? Well, you can! This method works best with Romaine lettuce.

So you begin by taking a head of romaine lettuce and cutting the end off of it. You use the rest of the lettuce as you normally would.

Then you place the base of the lettuce in a small bowl of warm water. You’ll want to place the bowl of warm water near a window where it can receive some sunlight. You’ll need to leave it cut side up for about a week.

Over that week you should begin to see small amounts of growth.

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