The best winter greens aren't green—They're pink
Added on 06 January 2020
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These are no mere roughage for the salad plate; they're as magnificent as any bowl of peonies. If you want to see your garden through rose-colored glasses, plan on planting in late summer; these greens sweeten up in a cool-season chill and are best harvested in winter and spring, when the danger of bolting has long passed. If you can't wait that long, look for these varieties in better-stocked produce aisles and farmers' markets.
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