Get dirty, have fun and grow more food with great gardening tips from real-life gardeners.
6/5/2009 2:55:36 PM
By Nina Libby
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Is your spinach suffering because of the heat? There are several edible greens to grow in your garden that will survive in high temperatures. For a list of nutritious greens to grow this summer, read Spinach Alternatives: Warm Weather Salad Greens.
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