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How To Grow Fresh Salad Through the Winter

Published on September 9th 2020

by AlanGardenMaster. All rights reserved

Winter salad leaves in a garden
Gardening doesn't have to stop after the scorching months of the Summer!
Growing winter salads is a great way to have a fresh salad on your table for the winter. They are easy to grow and happy to take over the place of potatoes or garlic that you have cleared from the vegetable bed.

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In this video I show you how to grow these winter salads:

A close up of a green Brassica rapa subsp. nipposinica leaf


Brassica rapa ssp. nipposinica

A close up of some white Valerianella locusta flowers

Lamb's Lettuce

Valerianella locusta


Lepidium sativum

A close up of a green Brassica oleracea var. sabellica plant


Brassica oleracea (Acephala Group) 'Kales'

You can now buy all your tasty salads seeds on the Candide Marketplace!

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