I am thinking of selling at my local farmers market a few years down the road and I am researching the viability of many perennial/ self seeding annuals, one of which is Claytonia(Minors lettuce). My question is mainly about its expiration time after harvesting. Does anyone here know how long it can last after being cut before it starts wilting? I know it doesn't like heat, but I don't know if refrigeration would help extend its shelf life or not either, and I cant find this information online. What alternative self seeding or perennial greens would work better if it isn't as viable as I am hoping? The only other (somewhat mild) green I can think of is swiss chard, but I don't like its taste as much. I wish I had some miners lettuce right now to experiment with, but I don't. So happy to be posting to Permies, been lurking for a long time. Thanks!