How To Grow Holland Greens

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There you go, I found yet another vegetable that you have probably never heard of. That is why I am here right, to introduce you to all these fabulous veggies that you have been missing out on. I know you liked the post on how to grow aji limon peppers and also on growing pink bananas. Well, today lets take a look at how to grow holland greens in your garden.

Also known as Typhon, this vegetable is super easy to grow. It’s leaves can grow up to 12 inches long, therefore you do not need a big space to grow enough to feed your family. Apparently it is a hybrid of the Chinese cabbage and the stubble turnip. How does it taste, well the flavor is milder to the more popular collard greens, but you can pretty much cook and use it the same way as you would do with all your other greens.

How To Grow Holland Greens
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

This veggie, does not do well when you transplant it. The best thing to do is just sow the seeds directly into your garden bed, just poke them in and give them a nice watering. Germination should take place within 7 days. You can grow it all year round, as it is pretty resistant to cold and hot temperatures up to 10 degrees F.

As far as diseases and pests are concerned, they should not affect your greens. Harvesting is pretty easy too, just cut or snip off the leaves as needed. The plant will keep regrowing and producing more leaves for you to enjoy. If you harvest more than you need, just store in your fridge and the leaves should stay fresh for at least 48 hours.

You can get more information on the Life Is Just Ducky blog, here…

How To Grow Holland Greens

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