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1. a crop that grows best during the cool temperatures of spring and fall.<br><br> http://www.hort.wisc.edu/mastergardener/Features/vegetables/cilantro/cilantro%20flowers.jpg<BR><br> The plant cilantro (above) is an example of a hardy cool crop.<BR>Source: http://www.horticulture.wisc.edu/<br> <br>
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1. a crop that grows best during the [[cool]] temperatures of spring and fall.<br><br>
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http://extension.illinois.edu/gardenerscorner/images/spring_05_06_imgb.jpg<br><br>  
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Broccoli (above) is an example of a hardy ([[hardiness]]) cool-season crop.<br><br>
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Source: http://extension.illinois.edu/gardenerscorner/issue_02/spring_05_06.cfm<br><br>

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1. a crop that grows best during the cool temperatures of spring and fall.

spring_05_06_imgb.jpg

Broccoli (above) is an example of a hardy (hardiness) cool-season crop.

Source: http://extension.illinois.edu/gardenerscorner/issue_02/spring_05_06.cfm