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MACHE GREENS (60 days)

Also known as Cornsalad, this member of the Valerian family is very popular in France. Its fine, nutty taste enhances any salad. It is very cold tolerant, so it’s a great early or late season green. This is the French Mache – see also Macholong - a Dutch variety. 300 seeds

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04/04/2018
Maryann H.
United States

Mache greens

Great! Have been growing Mache for a number of years along with a variety of greens. Plant them in late summer here in eastern NC and keep them covered with one layer of agri-bon ( more if temps go below 26). Have wonderful greens for salads all Winter and into late Spring.

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04/01/2018
Darren McDonald
Marshall,Michigan

Writer mache.

I plant this in the late fall in a unheated greenhouse for winter greens. Does well , it can really handle the cold temperatures. Covered with a floating fabric you can harvest all winter.