Crunchy, succulent leaves make a great addition to salads. Ultra-hardy. Minutina, like miner’s lettuce, corn salad, and mizuna, stands all winter, even in Maine, in an unheated greenhouse. (See: Four Season Harvest for more information). Small plant makes a rosette of slender leaves, cut and forked like a stag’s horns. Easy to grow, takes very little space, regrows after cutting. Flower buds edible, too.