Many vegetables thrive in the cold, and can continue to grow throughout the fall and winter seasons! Most people start slowing down their gardens around this time of year. If you choose to do so, you can keep growing! I live in zone 6a New England, and I grow in a raised garden bed. I […]
Here in zone 6a New England, the growing season is so short. By the end of November, trees have shed their leaves and plants have gone into hibernation mode. When the ground starts to freeze and the days become shorter, us gardeners turn to houseplants and planning next year’s harvest. Although that can be very […]
Fall is a wonderful time to garden; it’s cooler and there are usually fewer pests to deal with. The harvest is also much more relaxing. And if you plant these 15 plants you can harvest even after your first frost dates. In fact, some of these are hardy to 5 degrees Fahrenheit!
It seems like everyone in your life is gardener extraordinaire…except for you. Your neighbor, your best friend, and your perfect sister-in-law have all found the time to plant a whole garden amidst schedules that are as crazy as yours. And since you haven’t even gotten started, is it possible to do some late gardening? What […]
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There are many vegetables that can handle the cooler fall and winter temperatures. To the avid gardener even those frosts won’t get you down if you know what to plant! Come and see what the stars are of a Fall/Winter Vegetable Garden.