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Post #: 11
I've been gardening for a few years, but in my mother's style, which is 'throw it in the ground and see what grows'. So now that I"m actually thinning seedlings from an indoors start, I"m wondering which ones are good for eating and which ones are not. For example I can eat lettuce shoots all day but what about tomato, pepper, or rutabega? I'm guessing rutabega would be ok since beets are great.


Aaron P.
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Falmouth, ME
Post #: 28
Don't eat the tomato or pepper, but the rutabagas are fine. Brassicas are all good to eat as are anything you would normally eat the leaves of.
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