Fourth Graders Harvest LettucePosted by Mary Curran
Have you ever heard of Breen lettuce? It is a compact, mini romaine that has a beautiful bronze red color. This is just one of the many varieties of lettuce that fourth graders started from seed in early March. A second variety, Grandpa Admire’s, has been a staple in the Unquowa garden for several years. This popular heirloom has deep crinkled leaves splashed with color and was named after Civil War veteran, Grandpa George Admire. Students have been busy this spring harvesting lettuce for Chef David and Chef Jessica. Thank you fourth graders for growing these delicious lettuces for the Unquowa community to enjoy at lunch!
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