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Wilted Lettuce, Bolted Broccoli, and What to Do With Them (Video) : TreeHugger

Wilted Lettuce, Bolted Broccoli, and What to Do With Them (Video) : TreeHugger

Spinach is a cool-weather vegetable. A fast-growing plant, it yields many leaves in a short time in the mild weather of spring and fall. The trick lies in making spinach last as long as possible, especially in the spring, when lengthening days shorten its life. Although it prefers full sun, spinach is one of the few vegetables that produce a respectable harvest in partial shade.

Spinach is a cool-weather vegetable. A fast-growing plant, it yields many leaves in a short time in the mild weather of spring and fall. The trick lies in making spinach last as long as possible, especially in the spring, when lengthening days shorten its life. Although it prefers full sun, spinach is one of the few vegetables that produce a respectable harvest in partial shade.

Grow Onions in containers and use the cut and come again method. You'll have onions greens all season long | PreparednessMama

Grow Onions in containers and use the cut and come again method. You'll have onions greens all season long | PreparednessMama

Benjamin Carroll shows us how to grow microgreens and sprouts at home. It’s a quick and easy way to get fresh healthy food even in winter!  We love being healthy <3

Benjamin Carroll shows us how to grow microgreens and sprouts at home. It’s a quick and easy way to get fresh healthy food even in winter! We love being healthy <3

Kale is a biennial. Companion plants: beets, celery, lettuce, onions, potatoes & strawberries. These companions spread & provide shade for the soil, helping to keep the soil cool. Kale likes cool soil. Also apply a heavy mulch like shredded leaves.  Feed monthly with fish emulsion or compost tea.

Kale is a biennial. Companion plants: beets, celery, lettuce, onions, potatoes & strawberries. These companions spread & provide shade for the soil, helping to keep the soil cool. Kale likes cool soil. Also apply a heavy mulch like shredded leaves. Feed monthly with fish emulsion or compost tea.

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