How far apart does lettuce need to be planted?
Likewise, how far apart do you plant iceberg lettuce?
Sow seed 1/8 inch deep, 1 inch apart in rows 12 to 18 inches apart. When plants have two or three true leaves, thin to 12-inch spacings for crisphead varieties, 6 to 10 inches for other types. You can also lightly broadcast seed (particularly of looseleaf varieties) in a patch instead of a row.
Also Know, does lettuce regrow? Head lettuce will die back, but most leaf-lettuce plants renew efforts to produce leaves, if regularly watered after trimming. Results will often be smaller than the original plant, but you may be able to harvest a second, good-tasting crop within as little as two weeks.
Likewise, how long does lettuce take to grow?
45 to 55 days
Can you regrow lettuce in soil?
If you want to continue growing lettuce, cut the romaine heads off right above the soil line with a sharp knife, leaving the base and root system intact. Otherwise, uproot the whole plant. Instead of composting the messy insides of tomatoes, save the seeds and plant them.