I don’t have a lot of ground space for planting. But I have a roof deck that gets full sun.
I want to plant a lot of new things up there this spring and see what we can do ourselves going forward.
Another link with good organic info:
From the links above:
Where (to grow)
Lettuces can grow in most soil types but require the soil to be constantly moist. Partial shade is good for them in mid-summer and they should not be grown again in the same soil for at least 2 years.
Type of Container
Lettuces will grow well in relatively shallow window boxes or pots with loose-leaf varieties continuing to produce leaves even after you cut them if the stems are left in place. Close planting is fine and can prevent weeds from getting a hold.