Crunchy, succulent leaves
Ultra cold-hardy for winter salads
Minutina, like miner's lettuce, corn salad, and mizuna, stands all winter, even in Maine, in an unheated greenhouse (see Four-Season Harvest in our book section).
Small plant makes a rosette of slender leaves, cut and forked like a stag's horns. Easy to grow, takes very little space, regrows after cutting.
BOTANICAL NAME: Plantago coronopus
Can be started indoors and transplanted outside in about 4-5 weeks, or start directly in the garden. Starts best in flats or pots, planted very shallow and kept moist. Very cold-tolerant; will survive mild frosts and can be grown all witner in mild winter areas, or in colder areas in a greenhouse or cold frame. Will regrow after cutting or plant in succession. Flower buds and seeds also edible.
GROW BIOINTENSIVE® CULTURAL INFORMATION: Perennial/Matures 7-8/Spacing 8"
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION :Perennial