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Here in Florida we grow a lot of mustard and collard greens. For those who don't know collards, they're sort of a loose leaf cabbage. Very tasty and nutritious.
Mustards are really quick to grow and when they bolt you can use the seed too. Oh, and I always like to plant turnips too, they grow like weeds around here.
Here in the northern part of Florida (St. Augustine) we still get a few frosts in January and February, but lettuces, all types of greens and perennial herbs, potatoes, peas still grow vigorously. And here you have to grow your own, because there is no local agriculture.
by bil on Wed Oct 24th, 2007 at 12:14:53 PM EST
i get them every now and then from ther CSA veggie box, and am baffled.
by wu ming on Thu Oct 25th, 2007 at 03:20:14 AM EST
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