I didn't pick my lettuce and it grew into a mini Christmas tree.


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7 Dec 2017 11:43 - +5424
Wow you could decorate it like a taco salad or some shit
7 Dec 2017 14:44 - +1599
Most lettuce do that. Its called bolting. And the leaves will be very bitter now.
7 Dec 2017 12:43 - +1365
O Lettuce Tree, O Lettuce Tree, How crunchy are thy branches
7 Dec 2017 12:06 - +462
Lettuce rejoice.
7 Dec 2017 11:50 - +423
God thats beautiful. I just wan a walk up and munch on it like imma deer or something
7 Dec 2017 18:56 - +289
This is exactly the kind of barely interesting but still pretty cool garbage content you can’t see anywhere else on the net that has kept me on reddit for eight years. Thank you for sharing your stupid cabbage tree, I have literally never seen anything like this before nor did I know it was possible, and my life has truly been made a very vaguely little bit better by it. This is mildyinteresting post of the year material.
7 Dec 2017 17:07 - +119
One could also say "I didn't pick my lettuce and it grew normally"
7 Dec 2017 11:53 - +103
Leave it any longer it's gonna sprout legs and walk away!
7 Dec 2017 14:33 - +95
How big is your fucking garden
7 Dec 2017 14:34 - +52
What have you done!? You let the lettuce reach its final form!!
7 Dec 2017 13:17 - +38
Pick it (the whole plant) and decorate it with salad toppings for Christmas dinner.
7 Dec 2017 12:15 - +26
A photoshop battle could be good. I’d like to see a bunch of bunnies surrounding it singing holy night, decorated with tomatoes and onion
7 Dec 2017 18:08 - +17
Oh come lettuce adore him
7 Dec 2017 13:29 - +14
That's a hat. There is a gnome hiding under your garden waiting for you to pass. Be wary of your greens!
7 Dec 2017 18:56 - +13
It's called bolting. Lettuce eventually sends up a flower stalk.
7 Dec 2017 12:11 - +10
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7 Dec 2017 15:15 - +10
put lights on it.
7 Dec 2017 12:47 - +8
This solves the neighborhood dispute of throwing Christmas trees behind my neighbors fence. Solution: Veggie dishes on New Years Day
7 Dec 2017 17:50 - +7
I always place picked shop bought lettuce in water to keep it fresh - so I can peel off just a couple of leaves at a time (Who uses a whole lettuce for one sammich?) and quite a few have continued to grow, some even putting out new roots from the severed stalk. I think it's a plot. And I don't mean a vegetable plot. Yeah, we were ready for the zombies. We were prepared for the AI and robots. We were even cautiously anticipating something from the Apes. But the lettuce? It's the lettuce that will inherit the Earth, you blind, human fools!
7 Dec 2017 18:20 - +7
H̶͖̺͓ͤͥ̇ͦ͊̾̀̚a̧͎̭̋ͤͧ̀̾̚p̸͈̣̲̹͔͌̉ͧ̒ṗ̨̠̺͇̄͋̊ͮ͌ͧ̆y̟̙̥̜̠̠̮͂̔ ̴̧̼͎͉̤͓̹̯ͩͫ̓͌̐̉̓́H̖̱̬̬̃͒͊́̾̈́͊̚͠͝o̺̳̼͙͖̺͒ͫͭͬ͐̏̾́́l̴̶̡͇͈̙̥͖̦̥͋ͫ̏͋ͨͩͩi̧̗̙̟ͯ̽̃̍͜d̛̰̖͈͂ͯ̂ͮ̔̓̋͑͠a̫̣̠͇͓̅̂̂̔̇͡͡ȳ̴̼̯̹̦̲͚̩͖̆͑ͧͩ͐͠s̸͙̻̲̭̲͍̥̻̺ͯ̈́̀̿̚ ̫̫̦͙̖̹̫̀͒͑͝
7 Dec 2017 17:03 - +6
"Oh come lettuce adore it, oh come lettuce adore it...." Etc.
7 Dec 2017 14:21 - +6
one time when i was younger we had lettuce do this, it was bitter as all hell afterwards, 0/10 not worth
7 Dec 2017 17:48 - +5
Is it still healthy to eat?
7 Dec 2017 18:34 - +5
I left mine so long it started to flower, and that's when I learnt that lettuce is a daisy.
7 Dec 2017 13:43 - +4
And now you’ll have one every year! I’ve had lettuce reseed itself the next year for a fun surprise.
7 Dec 2017 21:47 - +3
I'm just amazed it got that big without deer earring it
7 Dec 2017 18:40 - +3
You don't pick your lettuce. Your lettuce picks you.
7 Dec 2017 20:02 - +3
This is the day the Lord is born! Lettuce rejoice and be glad!
7 Dec 2017 16:23 - +3
You could sell this in a pot - just hang cherry tomatoes on it, and stick a star fruit on top!
7 Dec 2017 18:19 - +3
it is bitter now, feed it to chickens
7 Dec 2017 18:08 - +2
Does garden lettuce taste better than store bought lettuce? I don't know why someone would grow .lettuce. does it taste even more plain and watery home-grown?
7 Dec 2017 18:59 - +2
Showing off your long growing season :|
7 Dec 2017 20:35 - +2
As a produce worker at a grocery store and a Mexican, this makes me moist.
7 Dec 2017 20:02 - +2
Lettuce celebrate Christmas
7 Dec 2017 14:56 - +2
Hey, the upside is you won't have to worry about the Christmas tree shortage! You grew your own!
7 Dec 2017 18:24 - +2
Staple some bread to it
7 Dec 2017 16:47 - +2
My first thought “that’s going to be bitter as shit”
7 Dec 2017 19:34 - +2
This one's for you Charlie Brown.
7 Dec 2017 17:14 - +2
Mmmm super bitter
7 Dec 2017 20:23 - +2
Didn't know lettuce could grow that big
7 Dec 2017 17:55 - +2
It's flowering, if you let it you can harvest some seeds in a couple weeks

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