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Little Ceasar romaine is my best growing lettuce! That and Grand Rapids. I have some growing in between my Dino kales. Why don't you leave them out there and put a shade cloth over them or transplant them next to something that will shade them?
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Good ideas except the raccoon got them last night. Ah well, I have more seed. (That smiley is for the raccoon.)@CapeCoddess wrote:Little Ceasar romaine is my best growing lettuce! That and Grand Rapids. I have some growing in between my Dino kales. Why don't you leave them out there and put a shade cloth over them or transplant them next to something that will shade them?
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