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Spinach

  • Design

    Edible Garden—What to Plant for Fall

    In my northern garden, the arrival of autumn doesn’t signal an end to the growing season. Instead, it’s a shift from the heat-loving vegetables of summer to the cool- and…

  • Article

    Why Do Greens Bolt?

    No matter what you do, when you grow lettuces and other greens in your garden, they will eventually start growing taller and blooming. Most people assume that it’s just high…

  • Kitchen Gardening

    Beyond the Basic Greens

    Fresh-picked salad greens are among the most rewarding vegetables that a gardener can grow. What else yields tasty baby leaves in just 30 days from a few seeds sown in…

  • Article

    Grow this Frittata…and more

    “Grocery Gardening,” Jean Ann Van Krevelen’s newest book, is all about planting, preparing and preserving fresh food. It’s perfect for cooks who want to be better gardeners or gardeners who…

  • Kitchen Gardening

    How to Grow Spinach

    Harvest spinach longer with timely plantings and a mix of varieties.

  • Kitchen Gardening

    Succession Planting Guide for Spinach

    A good way to lengthen the harvest of this tasty green involves a combination of varieties and a nearly year-round approach to planting.

  • Article

    Andrea’s Vegetable Menestra

    This version of a complicated Spanish dish is more streamlined, and trades some of the assertive vegetables with more wine-loving ones.

  • Article

    Crêpes with Spinach Filling

    These crêpes can be made as much as a day ahead and kept covered in the refrigerator.