winter vegetablePeople that have a green thumb and love to garden may think that when the winter time comes that season for gardening is over. But it doesn’t have to be, you can still garden during the winter months… there are some great crops that you can plant and still get a harvest from when you are planning to garden during the winter. But, if you don’t know what crops will work best during the winter months then you can’t garden. It is important to know the best crops; you want to know that you are planting the right things. You want your winter vegetable garden to be just as beautiful as other times of the year. For those that are in Woodstock here are the best crops for you to plant during the winter months.

Some may not know that there are some crops that grow better in cooler temperatures. When you are gardening in the winter you will find there is a lot less work involved during that time. There are some amazing crops that you can plant to enable you to garden during the winter… they include:

• Greens: spinach, Swiss chard, kale, spinach, collards, arugula, mustard
• Root crops: beets, carrots, onions, radishes
• Broccoli
• Cabbage
• Cauliflower
• Peas

These vegetables are cool loving vegetables and you will find that they have a better texture and flavor when you grow them during the winter rather than trying to grow them during the summer or spring. The above vegetables all thrive in a winter garden and you will find that you will get a great crop that is tasty and beautiful. For those that live in Woodstock, a great place for you to go to get the crop you want to garden is Autumn Hill Nursery

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