Winter Gardening Tips

While gardening is not for everyone, many people do enjoy maintaining a home garden or tending to a small space in the local community garden. Even though gardening is most popular during the summer months, if you choose to, you can have a garden year round with a variety of seasonal vegetables and herbs. There are two different ways to look at winter gardens: 1) gardening to have a winter vegetable crop during the winter months, 2) maintains a garden through the winter for a spring vegetable crop. Since we are already into fall, we will be looking more at the latter.

Winter Gardening Tips

Winter Gardening Tips

Don’t worry if you didn’t plan out a winter garden ahead of time. There are many areas in the United States where you can still get those winter or spring vegetables planted during the fall season. If it’s already too chilly or there’s snow where you live, consider starting and keeping seedlings inside or in a greenhouse. You can learn more about your plant hardiness zone online through a site like the United States Department of Agriculture.

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