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5 Crops you can still plant in September include Mache, lettuce, spinach, kale and claytonia. Plant these greens now for a harvest in late winter and spring

from Homestead & Gardens

11 Greens You Can Grow All Winter (that definitely aren’t kale

When there's less light - grow leafy greens. Try some of these: pea greens/shoots, agretti, American (land) cress, mache, arugula, salad burnet, non-bulbing fennel...


How-To: Thirty vegetables that tolerate cold – arugula, beet greens, broccoli raab, carrots, chard, chicory, claytonia, collards, dandelion, endive, escarole, garlic greens, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, lettuce, mâche, minutina, mizuna, mustard greens, pak choi, parsley, radicchio, radish, scallions, sorrel, spinach, tatsoi, turnips, and watercress.


Jordan Kahn's Alaskan halibut with celtuce, kaffir lime, lettuce butter and vegetable stems. Photographed by Axel Koester


What can you plant in July and still get a harvest? There are plenty of warm season veggies that you can plant in July and still get a harvest by fall.

from Chocolate & Zucchini

Mâche Salad with Endives and Beets

A super French mâche salad recipe to use lamb's ear lettuce, with beets and endives. A fresh and flavorful way to get your greens in during the colder months!