How to Re-Grow Lettuce

June 1, 2020


Hello blog friends.  Happy June!




Let's Re-Grow Lettuce

Have you ever tried to re-grow lettuce?  I didn't realize that you could do this but I discovered you can by visiting the blog Walking On Sunshine Recipes.  Lois explains how to re-grow lettuce HERE.



I make salads every day and I thought that this would be a great idea to try.
I was so happy to see the romaine lettuce re-growing after a week.


The steps are easy to re-grow your own lettuce: 

  • Take romaine lettuce and cut off the end of the lettuce.
  • Add water to a mason jar.
  • Place the end of the lettuce in a mason jar.
  • Change water every other day in the mason jar.
  • Wait for lettuce to start re-growing in the middle of the lettuce.
  • You can replant lettuce after 2 weeks of growing to a pot or garden.

Re-Grow Lettuce

NOTE:  I replanted the romaine lettuce outside in two planters.  The lettuce is growing big and almost ready for clipping and using in a salad.




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40 comments

  1. I never knew you could do this. It’s so awesome! Happy new month!

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    1. Yes, I agree Andrea. I am happy that it's so easy to re-grow the romaine lettuce. Thanks for the blog visit and have a nice week.

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  2. This is amazing, Julie! I had no idea you could re-grow lettuce! And it's a good project for all of us to try especially in these trying times. Even if it's just for fun! Thanks for sharing this wonderful idea!

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  3. I just started regrowing scallions the same way! I'm going to try lettuce next. Thank you for sharing. Your new blog design looks awesome too!

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  4. How very clever. A good way to get more produce. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  5. I keep pinning ideas how to regrow veggies and fruits but never actually did, oh wait - my daughter tried to regrow a pineapple but it rot - apparently she didn't cut it where it should, so we have one failed attempt.

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  6. have seen this on a few sites, even growing other veggies. I think it is a great idea. Thanks for sharing Julie. Stay safe and have a great week.

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  7. Wow who would have thought! I will have to try this Julie, have a lovely week. xx

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Linda. I do hope you give this a try as the lettuce is so easy to grow.

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  8. That is crazy!! I definitely need to give it a try! How does it taste? Enjoy the week!

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  9. That is amazing! I've never done that before! Can't wait to try it! Hugs!

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  10. I didn’t know about lettuce, Julie, but I knew about green onions. I’ll have to give this a try! Happy June!

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  11. Oh that's fun! I've regrown scallions, love the idea of lettuce-enjoy:@)

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  12. My neighbor was that lettuce could be regrown but she didn't know how to do it. I should have saved the end of the plant she gave me. She literally pulled the entire Romaine plant out of the ground! I'm so glad you posted this. I will share it with her and maybe she can start to regrow any she has left. Did you use lettuce from a store or your garden?

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  13. Wow this is great. I did not know you could do this. Great idea.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  14. I had no idea you could do this! :)

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    1. Thanks for the blog visit. Yes, me too but I am glad I discovered this way to re-grow lettuce. Our lettuce is almost ready to clip for salad.

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  15. Julie,
    well, I am amazed!! How cool is that!!
    Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by and for letting me know that you did by leaving a comment!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  16. Huh. I'm gonna have to try this!

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    1. Thanks for the blog visit Jen. I hope you do give this a try as it's very easy to re-grow romaine lettuce.

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  17. We've tried this and it really does work! I need to get back in the habit. Thank you for the reminder!

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    1. Your welcome, and yes it's awesome re-growing lettuce!

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  18. I tried the celery version a few years ago but it was a huge fail. I am going to give lettuce a go with your encouragment!

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    1. Thanks for the blog visit. I hope you give this a try as the lettuce is so easy to re-grow.

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  20. I need to try this! I've done green onions before, but Romaine would be really handy to have on hand!

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    1. Thanks for the blog visit Carlee. It's so easy to re-grow romaine lettuce and tastes so good in a salad.

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  21. Oh wow, I didn't know you could do this! I knew you could regrow carrots and spring onions (I've been regrowing spring onions a lot!) but I've never tried it with lettuce! :)

    Hope you are having a lovely weekend! We had a (small due to restrictions) party for my son's birthday yesterday, it was really fun :)

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    1. It's so easy to re-grow the romaine lettuce Mica and tastes great for a salad. Thanks for the blog visit and enjoy the week.

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  22. Who knew? Thanks for sharing this - I may have to try it.

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  23. Julie,
    Just stopping by to Thank you for your visit and kind words!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  24. Wow! I had no idea you could do this. I will try it.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Amy. This is such a great way to re-grow romaine lettuce. I hope you try it out.

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  25. Such a great idea. Did you plant it in dirt after you got it growing in water? I've done this with scallions. Will try it..thanks

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    1. Yes Judee, I did plant the romaine lettuce in dirt after growing it in water. It's so easy to re-grow the lettuce and I hope you try it out.

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  26. Hello Julie,

    What a great idea and I would like to follow you.As this pandemic is with us, we do learn also the ways on how to simplify our lives and your lettuce is one great example.Thank you for sharing. Have a great weekend. Take care

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    1. Thanks for the blog visit Mareliz. Re-growing the romaine lettuce is so easy to do. It's nice have the lettuce for salad during the summer. Enjoy the weekend.

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  27. I'd love to give this a try, a fantastic idea.
    Amalia
    xo

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    1. Thanks for the blog visit Amalia. I do hope you give re-growing lettuce a try!

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