The days of only iceberg lettuce in a salad are gone. Gourmet lettuces can even be found in the produce section of your grocery store. An even better option, is to grow your own! There are so many beautiful, open pollinated or heirloom varieties to choose from. So you can enjoy fresh greens and save […]
This is a fun group of greens to grow that adds variety and spice to the normal greens. It includes the spicy frilly mustard greens, flat leafed tatsoi, pac choi and the tight heads of Chinese cabbage. All are grown best in early spring and replanted in Aug/Sept for fall harvests.
Is the late fall and early winter the end for your lovely garden full of greens? Not necessarily. There are plenty of fall and winter green crops that you can sow now and eat throughout the winter, especially if you live in a moderate climate or have a cold frame available.