Where Do Lettuce Seeds Come from?

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Lettuce seeds come from the little yellow flower stalk which sprouts up while it is in the garden. Lettuce is a self-pollinating vegetable whose leaves are edible. It is a temperate annual plant of the sunflower or the aster family of Asteraceae.
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