We are definitely planting lettuce next year!! That looks great!
I knew I should have come over yesterday! That looks like most excellent snackage.
There’s still lots left. We can’t eat that much lettuce thinnings in a day. There’s also really spicy radishes to be had. 🙂
Lynn – You could probably still plant it this year a little later in the season. Not sure what the appropriate dates are for your climate, but the convention seems to be to plant lettuce every 2 weeks or so during the spring and again during late summer.
Yes, I think it would grow fine this late in the season, but our garden is FULL already – there’s no room left inside the fence! Our garden isn’t as as large as yours – next year we’re going to make it larger.
Ah, yes. That is why we made our garden area so ridiculously large. My mother-in-law was insisting that gardens always grow and in 5 years we’d be moving a section. I have no plans of moving a fence, so we made it large. If we find some of it doesn’t get used, we can always keep ducks on it, or add it into the sheep rotation.
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