Ten Vegetables You Can Grow in Shade: 1.Salad Greens, such as leaf lettuce, arugula, endive, cress, and radicchio  2.Broccoli  3.Cauliflower  4.Peas  5.Beets  6.Brussels Sprouts  7.Radishes  8.Swiss Chard  9.Leafy Greens, such as collards, mustard greens, spinach, and kale  10.Beans

Ten Vegetables You Can Grow in Shade: Salad Greens Broccoli Cauliflower Peas Beets Brussels Sprouts Radishes Swiss Chard Leafy Greens, such as collards, mustard greens, spinach, and kale Beans

How to Grow Celery - I grew mine from the cut off end of one I bought from the store.

Celery - healthy and used in a lot of recipes. Save some money and row your own. Raven's Herb and Garden Journey: How to Grow Celery

reducing bitterness in homegrown lettuce

Bitter Lettuce

Reducing bitterness in lettuce - wash your lettuce in cold water, spin dry, and then refrigerate for several hours. This seems to greatly reduce any bitterness.

Expand your lettuce growing options by creating an inexpensive shade to keep your leafy greens cool during the hottest days of summer.

Grow lettuce all summer long. DIY shade covering for lettuce to keep it from bolting, wilting, or getting bitter. I had no idea you are supposed to cover lettuce!

How to Grow Sorrel in 9 Steps

Grow Sorrel

How to Grow Sorrel. Sorrel is a lettuce-like plant with arrow-shaped leaves. Once established in your garden, sorrel is a hardy plant that requires.

Flowers Replace Insecticides in Lettuce Production | Organic Farming Research Foundation

Flowers Replace Insecticides in Lettuce Production - plant sweet alyssum with lettuce to control aphids

Delicious Leaf Spinach Packed with Vitamins

HGTV Gardens offers the inside line on growing tips for spinach and delicious recipes for serving it up.

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