A quick update to last year’s post on growing romaine from the cut stump. This has been a very popular post. Take a moment to visit the link below or the one listed at the bottom of the page. Many new ideas and comments of those who have tried the technique are in the comment section. I’ve included six shots of my newest batch of regenerating romaine stumps. By the seventh day the sprouting leaves are ready to eat out of hand or in a salad. They have a mildly bitter taste, but this pairs well with sandwiches and sweet lettuces. Enjoy!
Within a week I found the sprouting romaine leaves large enough to eat. To read the original article please click on this link: Original Post on Re-growing Romaine Lettuce