Most people think that vegetable gardening is a warm weather activity. They work hard in their gardens in the Spring and Summer. During the Fall they harvest, can and preserve as much garden produce as they can. Then in the Winter their gardens are left dormant. What they don’t realize is that there are vegetables that can be grown and harvested during the winter!!
This article by Debra of DIY Natural explains everything you need to know to grow a winter garden. It is a very practical and thorough set of tips. Debra is obviously an experienced gardener. After you read her article you’ll know the answers to the following questions:
- What size of garden bed?
- What type of garden mix?
- What are the best plants?
- What type of fertilizer?
- What are some really novel ways to protect your winter garden in really cold weather?
- What’s the best way to harvest the winter vegetables?
- What is biochar and how can it help my garden?
To read Debra’s article and learn the answers to these questions, click the following link: