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Lettuce 'Four Seasons' indoor started transplants

This planting has been archived (Other).

Latest Milestone Harvesting

Quantity: 5

Plant Lettuce Lactuca sativa 6969

Care Instructions

If you would like to sow this plant directly, try 0.49 inches (1.25 cm) deep with a guideline distance of 5.85 inches (15.0 cm).

Lettuce 'Four Seasons' normally tends to reach to a mature height of 20.0 cm [imperial: 7.8 inches] so ensure you have enough space in your garden for this plant.

Your garden has fluorescent light - a partial sun position will ensure your plant thrives.

Remember to water often.

Your garden's USDA Hardiness Zone (4a) is within the ideal range for Lettuce 'Four Seasons'. The recommended range is between Zone 4 and 9.

Try to keep the ph of your soil between the range of 6.2 and 6.8 as Lettuce 'Four Seasons' likes to be in acidic soil.

More information about Lettuce 'Four Seasons' indoor started transplants is available in the Folia gardener's wiki. All Lettuce 'Four Seasons' indoor started transplants Care Instructions have been kindly provided by our members.


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Comments

Wow, yours sprouted the same day as mine! It is so cool to know I am part of a bigger picture – the picture of probably tens of thousands of Four Seasons lettuce plants growing at the same time across the country. I sound nuts, but it’s true!

Posted on 15 Apr 12 (about 3 years ago)

I do really enjoy seeing what others are growing around the world on folia, it’s especially neat to find someone relatively close by growing the same variety – we’ll have to compare notes after the harvest is in!

Posted on 15 Apr 12 (about 3 years ago)

You bet! I can’t wait to finally eat some of this lettuce. I have tried last year, but I was really late and by the time they had decent size leaves, they were terribly bitter. For some reason, I seem to have excess work right about the time when spring crops need to be put in the ground. But I got them started on time this year, and I am encouraged knowing that someone nearby is trying the same.

Posted on 15 Apr 12 (about 3 years ago)

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