- n. Plural form of lettuce.
“When it comes to the lettuces, that is key, says Hallstrom, who adds that more people could grow lettuce all summer, if they just knew how.”
“Beans make an excellent vegetable to replace peas and spring greens such as lettuces and arugulas, as well as radishes and spinach.”
“Some of the favorite items found at Ellison's would be seed potatoes, onion sets, and greens such as lettuces, kales and early peas which are moving quickly!”
“Plots that featured short-lived and cool-weather plants, such as lettuces and radishes, have expanded to include more slow-to-develop vegetables such as tomatoes, bell peppers and zucchini squash.”
“Hydroponics are generally used for fast-growing, high-value crops such as lettuces and tomatoes that can be produced year-round in heated, well-lit greenhouses.”
“(this was mr. macgregor shouting at poor peter for eating up all of his "lettuces ...") it should be noted here that BP's storylines can be a BIT, ahem, convoluted. but, none-the-less amusing to read at least once.”
“You will never find the supurb produce here you are used to in Northwest Washington but you will also not find the bone-chilling rain that those berries and lettuces and rutabagas and parsnips and divine potatoes and you name it love.”
“Streit recommends planting cool season vegetables like lettuces, perfect bases for dishes like this butter lettuce and arugula salad.”
“The lettuces are lovely, and I plan to make the first cooked collards tonight to go with a meatloaf.”
“I also got some more arugula, sorrel, green onions, lettuces, beet greens and a couple of tiny tiny beets, and one radish from the sunnier edge of the patch that was actually edible.”
‘lettuces’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for lettuces.