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Liberty Hill, TX
(Zone 8a)

January 7, 2010
7:17 PM

Post #7438857

Last night I harvested all my salad blends because it is supposed to get really cold. Well, I didn't realize how much I had. I ended up with 7lbs! They are of various sizes because they were densely sown and the weather has been so cool that they got to the point they just stopped growing. The tallest are about 4-5 inches and there are some that are no more then spouts. What is the best way to store them? It has been my experience that they wilt when I put them in the fridge. Right now they are in my mudroom which is unheated. Suggestions?
Calalily-I like your prices from the other thread. That stopped me from having to ask another question!

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