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Il y a un moyen facile d’obtenir des légumes toujours frais dans votre réfrigérateur, et nous ne disons pas d’aller au marché chaque jour à 06:00. Pas tout le monde sait que certaines des plantes…

à partir de Better Homes and Gardens

How to Plan a Vegetable Garden

Raised beds to replace my dilapidated ones. #pinmydreambackyard

Regrowing lettuce from the stem end is possible, just follow the steps in this article. Within days, you'll start to see green leaves emerge, but don't expect a full head of lettuce.

Mexican agricultural workers cultivate romaine lettuce on a farm in Holtville, Calif., on Oct. 8, 2013. (John Moore/Getty Images)

à partir de The Garden Diaries

Peculiarities and Plants – Romaine Lettuce

Tutoriel : utiliser la base d'une laitue romaine pour la faire repousser.

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10 Smoothies for Kids

Sweet Lettuce Smoothie

My Carolina Yard: Re-grow Romaine lettuce Hearts


Dont throw out your kitchen scraps! Regrow them. Romaine lettuce is simple to grow. Cut the heart down so that about an inch is left. Place it in a shallow dish with about an inch of water. After a few days' worth of growth, peel back and remove the old lettuce to let the new growth expand in the dish

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Grow plants from kitchen scraps

regrow: 68 Windowsill plant from kitchen scraps! I've already done green onions.... Heard of romaine lettuce.... let's see what else they have!

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New Greens to Power Up Your Salad

Purslane: It may be considered a pesky weed by many farmers, but this superfood’s a worthy addition to any salad bowl. It is lemony, succulent, and crisp—and packs up to 400 milligrams of omega-3 fatty acids per serving. Purslane is also a great source of vitamins A and C, and it contains up to 15 times more of the cancer-fighting antioxidant melatonin than many other fruits and vegetables.