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If you would like to harvest a salad or two from your own garden in autumn, you should Sowing times for lettuce do not miss. Depending on which salad you want, the times for sowing are usually from the end of July to the beginning of September, the planting times are usually in August.
To get a better overview, here is a small list:
Sowing until the end of July: Picking salads, radicchio and sugarloaf salads
Sowing until early August: Lettuce, ice lettuce, endive salad
Sowing until early September: Corn salad, Asian salads
Planting until the end of Augustt: lettuce, picking lettuce, radicchio, sugarloaf salads, ice lettuce
Planting until early September: Lamb's lettuce
Many of the salads mentioned can then be harvested from mid-September to October. Most of the salads should then be harvested fairly quickly, with the exception of endive salad that can be harvested until frost and radicchio and lamb's lettuce, both don't mind winter and you can harvest them until spring. Always ensure adequate protection against snails and rabbits.