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Article: Growing Chinese Vegetables in Cool Weather: When to plant

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sawpalm
Winston Salem, NC

November 16, 2009
8:58 PM

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I'm wondering if it's too late to plant the seeds of these various Chinese vegetables. Would love to try Tatsoi, for example. I'm in Zone 7A and we've had some frost but no hard freeze. Today's it's 73 degrees!

You article is so good and the recipes are really tempting. Thanks for sharing.

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