Grow your own lettuce, spinach, and swiss chard Public Deposited

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  • Of the four main types of lettuce, three are easy to grow: looseleaf, butterhead (Bibb), and romaine (cos). The fourth kind, called crisphead or iceberg lettuce, demands slightly more exacting climatic and cultural conditions.
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