Whether you garden year-round or slow down in the fall and winter months, learn the best way to prepare your growing space for fall.
The key to year-round gardening is some planning and some simple protection to have fresh vegetables all year long. Let me give you an idea of what I’m talking about. I started year round gardening in 2009. That spring we planted our normal garden and started harvesting the first radishes and lettuce about May 1st. […]
Growing vegetables in the winter is a lot of fun and a whole lot less work. Cool season vegetables, such as the purple carrots above, taste more succulent when they are grown during the colder part of the year. Radish are not as hot either. Lettuce and other salad greens practically melt in your mouth. […]
With temperatures starting to drop, here are a few ways you can keep some of your crops going through the cold weather season.