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soil temperature is recommended for seed germination. Many cool weather plants germinate in soil that is in the high 30s or low 40s. Use a soil thermometer for an accurate soil reading.Protect the seedling from frost and help decrease water evaporation by putting a plastic barrier on the outside edge of the raised bed so you can pull the barrier over the plants when the weather is fickle.Fertilize as you would any other garden plant. Shear lettuce leaves regularly to keep the plant growing, but don't cut the lettuce off at ground level, and don't allow it to get too big or it will bolt, turn bitter and go to seed.Cool season plants don't have pest problems because it's usually too early for insects. However, finches like to feed on the tender leaves of early greens.If you liked the greens you grew last year and have leftover seed, go ahead and use it, Heckenlaible says. "Most seeds are good for three to five years except for onions they don't stay viable very long."Cooking with spring greensAs soon as early spring greens become available, Steven Morehead begins to incorporate them into serving options at Wild Sage Grille, where he is a sous chef."I enjoy them all. When it comes to greens and salads, when it's springtime, they're all really good," Morehead says.Greens are on people's radar more than they used to be, says Jason Chick, executive chef at Leonardo's Cafe. "They are just starting to understand the health benefits and are coming up with ways to Converse Shoes Black And Red

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the most underutilized salad greens," Morehead says. "It can replace iceberg or romaine lettuce. It's very, very good raw even better cooked."Try incorporating the user friendly green in a spinach frittata or an egg bake. A spinach crab dip is a seasonal dish, or use it on a grilled burger instead of iceburg lettuce."As long as it's fresh, it will be good," Morehead says. Freezing spinach makes it rubbery, however.Expand your repertoire even more by using bok choy. It is the easiest green to use in savory dishes and one of the main vegetables in Asian cuisine, Morehead says.Kale, another overlooked green, will be the next big fad, Chick predicts."It's a great salad green that will bring out a slight bitterness in a salad, but then you can do a sweeter dressing," Morehead adds.Combine kale in a spring mix of baby spinach and arugula. Or try a grilled romaine salad rather than a traditional cold salad, Morehead suggests.Chick braises greens in a pan. Start with kale or mustard greens, he says. "Don't overcook them you still want Converse Silver a crunch. Then work your way down to softer greens.""Add a touch of crushed chili pepper and garlic to the oil, then hit it with a bit of red wine vinegar to give it a nice zesty flavor."By adding chili pepper to the oil, you add flavor without it getting spicy, Chick says. Finally, give it a dash of salt and pepper.Sauted greens are versatile. They go well with steak, salmon or fish, Chick says.No matter which green you try, enjoy them while they're around, Morehead says. "Try them in new ways. Be creative. Your recipe might turn out to be the next big rage."

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Growing greens might the most hopeful exercise in the history of gardening placing tiny seeds into newly thawed ground and anticipating a future salad.Greens such as spinach, lettuce, chard, collard, arugula, kale, bok choy and dandelion are cool weather crops and prefer chilly soils, while garden plants such as tomatoes and corn do not.You can plant seeds even earlier if you are using a raised bed because that soil warms sooner than that of in ground gardens.You also can reuse the gardening space since cool season plants germinate, grow and finish before the heat of summer kicks in. Simply pull them out and plant other veggies.Glenda Heckenlaible grows spinach and mixed lettuce in a grow box conveniently near her back door in Harrisburg."It's good to keep the pot or the bed close by so you go out and pick them," says Heckenlaible, a master gardener. If you plant in distant beds, you're less likely to make the trek to harvest the plants, which has been Heckenlaible's experience.You can start lettuce seeds indoors first. Since most greens are finicky and do not like to be transplanted, Heckenlaible says, use biodegradable seed pots made out of peat, newspaper or fiber and plant the seedling and the pot together.Read the back of the seed package carefully to find out what Converse Womens Shoes Ox Low Black Mono Leather

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