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Salad King Endive
Salad King Endive - Photo sent in by Julianne Bell
Salad King Endive
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Salad King Endive
Cichorium endiva
90 days — It is giant, grows vigorously, resists bolting, tip burn and frost. The outer leave are tied to blanch a heart up to two feet in height.

Introduced in 1957, this variety is well adapted for the Western United States. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 450 seeds.
Here is a link to a tasty recipe from one of our gardening friend's website - "Curly Endive Salad with Bacon and Garlic Dressing - From Garden to Table"
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Easy to grow and delicious
My first time to grow endive. Our spring heated up quicker than usual, so my next planting of this will be in some shade. It germinated quickly and grew easily. I made up some Curly Endive Salad with bacon and garlic dressing on it and it was delicious. I will definitely buy again! :)
Reviewed by: Julianne Giulianna Rigali - Bell from Northern California. on 5/28/2013
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