A mix of our hardiest Greens for winter growing!
We love plants that are delicious, nutritious, and frost tolerant! This mix of flavorful, winter-hardy greens will give you the satisfaction of harvesting fresh food in the cold of winter when most other gardens have been put to bed. Includes Mache, Chervil, Winter Giant Spinach, Tatsoi, Arugula, and Collard Greens.
The only thing that will stop these delicious greens from producing well into winter is the inevitable snow that blankets much of our region. If you receive less than a foot of snow in your garden, you can try planting these seeds inside of a small cold frame or under row cover. Brush off the snow regularly to provide them warmth from the brief, winter sunlight. They will grow slower as it gets colder. Plant them in the fall to enjoy fresh salad harvests in winter.
Seeds grown by a handful of farmers across the Intermountain West.
Directions: Direct seed outdoors in fall for a winter harvest. Thin to 12" spacing, with 9" spacing between rows. Can also be planted in the spring but most plants will go to seed before winter.
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