Regrow Lettuce | How to Harvest & Store Lettuce Seeds | 2 Easy Ways | Green Thumb Gardener

Regrow Lettuce | How to Harvest & Store Lettuce Seeds | 2 Easy Ways

This is a simple way to collect & save seeds to regrow lettuce for the next season or later. You can find the envelopes that I store & save the lettuce seeds in here

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Lettuce or Lactuca sativa shows signs of going to seed when it starts to taste more bitter and starts to grow a long stalk.  This is the perfect time to think about regrowing lettuce. You can easily turn the bitterness in a signal to harvest lettuce seeds. You will love to store lettuce seeds to plant them next season.

Growing romaine lettuce from seeds is a cool way to introduce your children to gardening. The romaine lettuce plant is really easy to start from seed. This video will show you how easy it is to save seeds & teach your children to do this.

QUESTION- Have a question about how to regrow lettuce or how to harvest & store lettuce seeds? Post in the comments section of this post!

In this video, Jeremy Starke from Green Thumb Gardener shows you a really simple way to regrow lettuce. He goes over how to harvest & store Lettuce seeds. This is a simple way to collect seeds to regrow lettuce for the next season or later. Seed Saving lettuce is a great way to start your seed saving adventures. These seeds saving tips are really easy to follow so you can regrow lettuce next year.

Let me know what other way vegetables you want to see taught about seed saving.  What types of lettuce seeds are you saving for next season?  Let me know in the comments below.

Please also SHARE this lettuce seeds saving the post with anyone who loves to save seeds.  This is such a simple way to save seeds.

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