Growing Greens : How to Grow Lettuce in a Pot & in the House

Growing Greens : How to Grow Lettuce in a Pot & in the House

excellent tips ...thanks .... God Bless
Great video for beginners. I've been gardening for 7 years with many different plants and lettuce is one of my favorites to grow. Indoors or out!
I love how you teased the root balls with both hands
ha ha u recorded the end at the beginning....
when u plant lettuce , it has to be in a cold place or hot place ?
holy damn. it's been a long time, ehow.... former buzzfeed.
why does my bottom leaves go yellow when new leaves are growing all the time?
Excellent instruction, including using shallow pot, and getting a jump start by buying small plants. Put the pot on a table to keep it out of easy access by critters. Rather than using shard of broken pottery in the drain hole, I tend to use a couple of overlapping layers of wire mesh.
I love when female voice trembles when she has to say - stick it i a hole 02:58
The " garden nerd" riiight -_-
Very helpful. Thank you!! Love your videos btw
I will have to grow my lettuces in a pot -- otherwise, the rabbit and the gopher will eat them before I do.
Hi my lattuce is sprouting up and according to what you sre saying in this video it's because it doesn't have enough sun. If I put it on a window where I have the sun several hours per day will it be save?
Thank you
I liked the video, it was helpful for what I got planned.
However I don't like the idea of covering the drainage hole... maybe with smaller gravel, or some mesh, but I wouldn't ever cover it with a flat weighted object. Makes me really nervous.
Thanks for your video...would a deep plastic container with holes for drainage work as well?
Did she just say stick it in the hole?
great video!  I grow spinach in containers check it out!
Does this bring bugs indoors? If so, how do I prevent this?

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