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Herb Description: Dutch Corn Salad, commonly known as lamb's lettuce, dates from the Stone Age lake dwellings in Switzerland. In 17th century England and France, corn salad was highly valued since it could thrive in the cold when other greens would freeze. Known in France as "mache," records show that the gardeners of Louis XIV cultivated it in his personal gardens. This tender, nutty spring salad green first became popular in America in the 1970s when a grower in the Salinas Valley of California began producing it; following this time it became quite popular in salad mixes.
Herb Botanical Name: Valerianella olitoria
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Herb Duration: Annual
Days to Herb Maturity: 50 to 60 Days
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Herb Height: 18 in to 24 in
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