How & When to Plant A Winter Garden

Learn to embrace winter gardening for fresh produce in the cold.  Plant a winter garden to continue your garden all year long.

To start a winter garden, it's important to plan ahead. Know what and where you are going to plan your winter garden.

Some of the best plants for a winter garden include kale, spinach, lettuce, and carrots. These plants are hardy and can withstand frost and snow.

Winter gardening can also be done in containers, making it a great option for those with limited space.

Before planting a winter garden, it is essential to prepare the soil. The first step is to remove any remaining summer crops and weeds.

It's also important to time the planting correctly. In general, seeds should be sown 6-8 weeks before the first expected frost.

With the right preparation and planning, it is possible to grow a variety of vegetables and herbs even in the coldest months of the year.

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