If you love salads, you have to include lettuce in your indoor vegetable garden if you want a crunchy and fresh supply. Growing it indoors is not at all difficult, and here are some of the Best Ways to Grow Lettuce Indoors for an endless supply in your kitchen!
Lettuce produces a rosette of large, long, green, spoon-shaped, toothed leaves that come in ranges of colors from green to deep red and purple. Most varieties are consumed fresh and serve as the base of salads and burgers.
Homegrown lettuce tastes excellent and easily accessible for dishes. You can grow it in small spaces as well. Check out some best commonly grown lettuce varieties below:
Have a well-lit room? You can easily grow lettuce on a small and compact salad table and enjoy a fresh harvest. A table with castor wheels will also allow you to move it where the plants get maximum sunlight.
Red Fire, Tango, and Green Ice are the best varieties of lettuce if you are planning to grow them hydroponically. Shredded coconut fibers work great, and you can also add liquid fertlizer by checking the dosage on the label to boost the growth.