One of the most cold-hardy vegetables, Mache can be planted in early spring or late fall to extend the growing season
It is not lettuce but tastes like one; it is tender and juicy with a mild nutty flavor
It is a staple winter salad in Germany and France
Each package contains 100 open-pollinated seeds that are packed and shipped from Ontario
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Mache has been consumed in Britain for centuries. It used to be a foraged green, meaning it was gathered in the wild. It is now widely cultivated in North America as a cold-seasoned crop. More delicate in flavor than lettuce, Mache is also more nutritious than lettuce. It provides twice the amount of Vitamin C than green-leaf lettuce. Moreover, 100 grams of Mache can supply 142% daily value of Vitamin A. Mache is easy to grow in cold climates. For people in temperate areas, it is suggested that Mache be planted in the winter.
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