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Miner's Lettuce Claytonia perfoliata

How to sow miner's lettuce: Direct seed outdoors, thin seedlings to 10cm apart

Sun requirement for miner's lettuce: Plant in Full Sun

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Miner's Lettuce is a fleshy, herbaceous annual plant native to North America's western mountain and coastal regions that is grown as a cold-hardy, moderately frost-tolerant salad green. The plant has multiple upright or spreading stems that grow from a central base. Leaves are heart-shaped and flowers are pink or white. Miner's Lettuce prefers cool, damp conditions and regrows quickly after harvest. Leaves become bitter and reddish in hot weather. It is eaten raw in salads or cooked like spinach, which it slightly resembles in taste.

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Predictions

Annual

living and reproducing in a single year or less

Height

40cm

Row Spacing

2cm

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Scientific names

Claytonia perfoliata

Alternate names

spring beauty
winter purslane
Indian lettuce

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