Get dirty, have fun and grow more food with great gardening tips from real-life gardeners.
1/27/2010 9:17:52 AM
By Tabitha Alterman
winter gardening, garden beds
What's your winter garden m.o.? Did you plant cover crops? If so, which ones? Did you cover grass with cardboard to prepare new beds? Share your tips and tricks with our readers in the comments section below.
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