9 Cut And Come Again Crops For Small Space

Without a backyard or garden space yet want to cultivate vegetables? Patio, lanai, and container gardeners may grow some vegetables and herbs with a few instructions and the correct crops, many of which produce all season.        

Cut and return Foods are gathered differently than veggies. Many harvested plants will regenerate if the root system is intact.                

Harvesting cut and come again vegetable

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Allium leeks have a mild onion flavor and scent. They are quiche and potato leek soup staples.                  

Leek

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Allium leeks have a mild onion flavor and scent. They are quiche and potato leek soup staples.                  

Lettuce and green

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You can harvest an entire broccoli head and let the side branches develop. These will grow into lovely florets, not heads.                    

Broccoli

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Amaranth, an ancient grain, contains protein, phosphate, manganese, and iron. High in fiber, low in fat.                      

Amaranth

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Since asparagus takes years to produce seed after planting, patience is needed. After taking off, an asparagus plant will produce slender green stalks for years.  

Asparagu

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Dandelion isn't a crop because it grows where we don't want it, but it's useful. Vitamins A, D, C, and D, potassium, iron, and zinc are also abundant.  

Dandelion

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Celery takes a long time to grow from seed, but it's harvested at season's end. Leaves and outside stalks can be harvested as the plant matures.    

Celery

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Cress is wonderful but less popular in the US. It adds a peppery, zingy flavor to salads and other meals.      

Cress

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Herbless cooking? Every home cook should plant a herb garden since herbs add taste and scent.        

Herbs

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