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Salad Every Night

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Salad Every Night
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Newbie winter gardeners can do just fine–and eat really well, too–with a simple 5-by-10-foot planting space. “With baby greens, if you plant them right–and you can put rows as close as two inches apart–you can have a salad every night all winter long.”

Updated Tuesday, December 29th, 2009
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