Windowsill Gardens During the Winter Months

Winter can be dull and void of growing, but you can change that by growing your very own windowsill garden to drive away those winter blues.



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Sarah Welcome Connors has placed a yautia root in a brandy sniffer. She has no idea what it will turn into, but that is part of the fun of growing your own windowsill garden.
SARAH WELCOME CONNERS
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A clever "six-pack" of radishes.
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Onions are very reliable biennials that will usually produce blue-globed flowers and seed if planted in the spring.
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Grow your own windowsill gardens to provide delicious, healthy food for your family and to brighten up your winter months with some greenery.
ILLUSTRATION: JULIE ECKLUND
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A carrot top grow as part of your windowsill garden is a great addition to add some color to those drab winter days.
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With limited space, you can grow a rutabaga in a jar lid.
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