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Baby Lettuce is Better

Baby Lettuce is Better
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by in Jan 2010

It’s true, says Coleman: Small really is better when it comes to winter gardening. Baby leaf greens are not only hardier, they’re tastier. “A full-size lettuce will freeze two or three times and turn to mush,” he says. “A three-inch-tall baby lettuce leaf will freeze and thaw all winter long and recover each day.”

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