From when to what to plant to controlling pests, these winter gardening tips will help you prosper wherever you live.
Winter is the gardener’s quiet season, a time to plan for next year and dream of perfectly grown flavors and food.
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Fall-planted, cold-hardy crops such as Brussels sprouts, kale and spinach, protected by layers of mulch and snow, can be harvested into the winter months and often survive to get a jump-start on the spring growing season.
Brush off the snow have have yourself some fresh broccoli.