Bonnie Plants Buttercrunch Lettuce 19.3 oz
Bonnie Plants Buttercrunch Lettuce 19.3 oz
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Bonnie Plants Buttercrunch Lettuce salad
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Bonnie Plants Buttercrunch Lettuce instructions
Bonnie Plants Buttercrunch Lettuce instructions
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Bonnie Plants Buttercrunch Lettuce planting

Bonnie Plants Buttercrunch Lettuce 19.3 oz

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Bonnie Plants Buttercrunch Lettuce is the All America award winning, heat-tolerant, Bibb-type lettuce. A good source of vitamin A and phytonutrients.  Grows best in full sun, tolerates partial shade.

  • Light Full sun to part shade
  • Head size 6 to 8 inches (semi-heading)
  • Matures 21 days for leaves, 55 for head
  • Plant spacing 8 to 10 inches apart

If you grow only one vegetable other than tomatoes, it should be lettuce. Growing lettuce is so easy, takes up little space, and you can even grow it among flowers.

Lettuce grows for many weeks in the mild weather of spring and fall. Leaf lettuce is easy to tuck in between and under taller vegetables, and is perfect for containers.

Quick Guide to Growing Lettuce

  • Plant lettuce during the mild weather of early spring and fall. This nutritious, leafy green is a great option for in-ground gardening, raised garden beds, and containers.
  • Space lettuce plants 6 to 18 inches apart (depending on the variety) in an area that gets an abundance of sun and has fertile, well-drained soil with a pH between 6.0 and 7.0.
  • Improve native soil by mixing in several inches of aged compost or other rich organic matter.
  • Well-hydrated lettuce will bear tender leaves, so keep moisture levels consistent by watering whenever the top inch of soil becomes dry.
  • Prevent weeds and make your watering efforts last longer by applying a thick layer of mulch made from finely ground leaves or bark.
  • Promote excellent leaf production by regularly feeding with a water-soluble plant food.
  • Harvest leaf lettuce starting with the outermost leaves once they are large enough to eat.