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October 19, 2011


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Wow that looks great! Who'd have thought lettuces could look so beautiful?

Tiramisu maken

I think this is great. I am going to promote this in my country, the Netherlands! Thanks for the article.

Tana Khaki

I love flowers and this is wonderful for the society.It keeps the city clean and Lettuce is the way to go.Thanks for the information and i love the site.


I love it. This may not work in every city environment if you plan on eating the lettuce, but it is a great idea. It's the kind of thing that I'd love to see more responsible businesses do in their courtyards our outdoor areas. It would be really cool if the lettuce was served in the buildings cafeteria!

Gabriel Warner

I am an 8th grade Social Studies teacher in Cincinnati, Ohio. In an attempt to bring my students a little closer to the curriculum, we have planted some of the plants that European colonists may have planted in their gardens had they arrived in the new world around the time school started (Aug. 30.) Radishes, carrots, arugula, beets, and herbs are all doing well. We hope we get a harvest before the first frost kills our babies. You can view some of our work here (http://xavier-prmsgarden.blogspot.com/2011/10/not-ready-just-yet.html#!/2011/10/not-ready-just-yet.html), and (http://bell5garden.blogspot.com/2011/09/plants-in-progress.html) here.

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