Episode 130: Favorite Spring Greens
Rising greens is a simple and satisfying challenge that takes little or no time and little or no backyard house – you may even develop greens in containers! The homegrown greens can be brisker than something you may discover on the grocery retailer or farmer’s market, and you’ll attempt varieties that are not generally out there, like ‘Pink Streaked’ arugula or ‘Tokyo Bekana’ Chinese language cabbage. If this episode conjures up you to start out your personal seedlings, take a look at this text by Ira Wallace on choices that may develop your choices past primary greens and this text on find out how to develop your personal salad combine.
Knowledgeable Visitor: Lucas Holman is director and lead horticulturist for the Wilson County Agriculture Extension workplace on the College of Tennessee in Lebanon, Tennessee.
Pink Lettuce ‘Danyelle’
Arugula ‘Pink Streaked’
Chinese language cabbage ‘Tokyo Bekana’ (brassica shave var. Chinese language ‘Tokyo Bekana’)
Hyperlink to Ira Wallace’s article on greens.
chard (beta vulgaris ‘Ruby Pink’, ‘Shiny Yellow’, ‘Peppermint’ and ‘Oriole’)
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