I love my “cut and come again” salad garden. It’s my favourite raised bed in the kitchen garden. The leaf colours are a beautiful site to behold and the harvest is bright and delicious.
In years past, I had planted rows of seeds directly into the garden. However, I always planted way too many seeds per row and they quickly became over-grown, wild masses of salad greens, that I couldn’t keep up with.
When planning this year’s garden, I wanted to ensure a head start on salad greens. In order to do that, I needed to plant all the lettuce vari….