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Greens that can take the heat

publication date: Apr 1, 2015
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I wrote abospinach chardut warm-weather cooking greens in Growing for Market back in April 2007 (Keep the greens coming: Swiss chard and other summer spinach substitutes. I wrote a lot about Swiss chard, leaf beet (perpetual spinach) and beet greens (my favorite summer cooking greens) there, and a short paragraph each about a handful of other cooking greens. Here I am going to write about more cooking greens and next month about salad greens for hot weather. These are not two distinct categories, as many crops can be used both ways.

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