Growing leafy vegetables used to be hard until the discovery of new modern-day farming and gardening methods that work unlike before there was a bias that growing vegetables like lettuce or kale were complicated and needed so much attention but with the advent of technology, it’s never been easier to grow your own plants and vegetable.
At Lettuce Grow, we offer both herbs and vegetable seedlings that are ready to plant. We have over 100 kinds of seedlings. We sell kits as well as nutrients and more for all your seedlings and plants’ needs. Enjoy everything you could ever want from your favorite leafy greens and delicious herbs, strawberries, cucumbers, eggplants, tomatoes, and many more.
Arguably, the number 1 superfood of all time. Kale is a powerhouse of nutrition jam-packed with antioxidants from vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin A, kaempferol, quercetin, beta-carotene, and many more. Kale is one of those leafy greens that have anti-cancer effects, benefit your urinary health, that battle diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and many more. Kale, is simply, an antioxidant superstar. Grown year-round, taking on 2 weeks for its first harvest with its final harvest at 4 weeks.
Ideally, grown in mild climates. The red leaf lettuce is a year-round vegetable, rich in vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin A, and folate. It only takes 3 weeks for its first harvest and 6 weeks for its final harvest. It is a low-maintenance vegetable. Take note, the darker your lettuce is healthier it is. When it's red that means it's at its peak stage and as it matures, it will start developing purplish ends.
Bok choy is a sweet and crunchy vegetable, not only is it rich in potassium, iron, calcium, and antioxidants but is a year-round vegetable and is a popular ingredient in most dishes, especially Asian cuisine. Its flavor profile is that of water chestnut and spinach but somehow "sweet." The first harvest starts at just 3 weeks with its final harvest at 6 weeks.
From Mexico to Texas, to California, then all the way to Spain, and more. People are literally putting cilantro in just about everything. Cilantro goes so well in so many dishes as it brings a subtle flavor that pops freshness to most bland recipes. Cilantro only takes 3 weeks for its first harvest with its final harvest at 6 weeks. It grows all year round.
Italian parsley is a staple ingredient, a culinary essential in most dishes. Riched in zinc, iron, folate, potassium, vitamins, and more. It is a powerhouse of flavor whether that's for garnishing, marination, soups, or stir fry. A year-round herb, it only takes 4 weeks for its first harvest with its final at 6 weeks. It is incredibly easy to grow with very little maintenance.
The napa cabbage is a nutritious, versatile, and inexpensive ingredient and delicacy in most cultures. In fact, napa cabbage is the primary ingredient used in making kimchi. The flavor profile of a napa cabbage is subtle, it's peppery with sweet undertones especially when cooked right. Rich in fiber, calcium, and antioxidants. It takes about 6 weeks to harvest with its final harvest at 10 weeks. It does not grow in summer, they can grow quite big, some over 9 inches tall
Cherry tomatoes sometimes called "garden candies" are plum, and sweet fruits are grown in summer and late spring. Rich in lycopene, beta carotene, potassium, and vitamin C. Due to how easy it is to grow cherry tomatoes, they are some of the most popular plants to grow. It takes 8 weeks for its first harvest, with its final harvest at 10 weeks. 1 plant can last you all season so long as you pick them regularly and is enough to feed one family.
Grown in summer, jalapeño peppers are among the most popular chill for their low to mild spicy flavor. They're relatively mild compared to the hottest peppers. Perfect for adding a bit to spice to a bland dish, rich in luteolin, capsanthin, potassium, vitamins C, K1, E, A, and many more. It takes 8 weeks for its first harvest with its last harvest at 11 weeks. They're best to harvest at 3-4 inches long with a deep green color. Each plant will harvest about 35 to 100+ peppers per season.
Strawberries are unquestionable some of the most popular fruits in the world. Perfect for ice cream, smoothies, or even as a snack. Grown in summer, spring, and fall. Rich in iron, calcium, anthocyanins, and vitamins. It only takes 8 weeks for its first harvest with its last harvest at 14 weeks. From its soft aromatic red exterior to its delicious sweet flavor, it's a gift that keeps on giving with its amazing 6 weeks of harvest and the bare minimal effort it takes to grow these delicious treats.