I was thinking of including this in this year's garden. I understand some local folks do grow it but it is tricky because of our cooler, wetter climate. Any success stories or tips?


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I've had some success with this delicious spinach alternative;  but it takes alot of work to get the seeds germinated.  I start my seeds in jiffy containers and transplant them only after they have reached considerable growth.  I'm growing them again this year and hoping for better success than in previous ones.  This is a very tricky and sensitive plant to grow in this region.


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