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
Mache Lettuce: Health Benefits and Nutrition Facts
Savoury Pancakes with pear and blue cheese are topped with mache lettuce, bacon, & walnuts and drizzled with a cranberry balsamic vinegar dressing. Perfect for brunch!
Martha Stewart prepares mouthwatering B.L.Tea sandwiches with sun dried tomato butter, bacon and mache lettuce, served in homemade bread boxes alongside her chicken salad tea sandwiches.
Mache ... ah, the plating potential. Dress with toasted walnut oil and a dash of good sherry vinegar.
11 greens you can grow all winter, including - pea greens or shoots, mizuna, garden sorrel, non-bulbing fennel, basil, lettuces, mache, salad burnet, agretti, land cress, and arugula
10 Vegetables More Cold Hardy Than Kale! Visit us at www.wbfarmstore.net for quality garden supplies!
mache, lamb's lettuce
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.