10 Easy Vegetables to Grow
Grow these veggies right in your backyard garden without the fuss; they take minimal effort and the results are simply delicious. By: Michelle Klug
Every chef knows spinach is a delight to cook with. But, they don’t know that gardeners don’t have to do too much to get this leafy green to sprout. As soon as the soil loosens in late winter, plant spinach and it will be ready in 6 weeks. Pinch off leaves daily, or as needed, to keep the plant productive through the season.
Try making a spinach salad with raw, garden-fresh leaves, bacon, red onions, and a vinaigrette or sauté in a pan with seasoning.
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