Updated: Jul 23
Summer in Central Texas can be brutal. While some folks give up gardening when it’s 100 degrees outside and just wait for cooler weather (no judgment here - it’s hot!), it is certainly possible to grow some greens in this heat.
Here are 4 greens that:
1. are easy to grow in abundance
2. are super nutritious
3. require little maintenance or care
4. thrive in the summer heat!
Few greens enjoy being blasted by the hot afternoon sun, so these are true summer warrior plants and ones we’ve been incorporating into our meals lately.
Sweet Potato Greens