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Hi all,
I have a bunch of kailaan (Chinese broccoli) and some giant spinach that all bolted this week. I cut them back, but I'm wondering if I should just pull them out? Will they come back with noew shoots that are edible, or are they finished?
 
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They'll probably come back. But next time they bolt, maybe you should let them go to seed. Nothing like saving your own seed for real permie fun!
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