You Can Grow Vegetables In Any Season. Some Varieties Do Best In Wintertime.
Although the main gardening season has come and gone, you may not realize that there are vegetables that can grow well in winter.
Although the main gardening season has come and gone, you may not realize that there are vegetables that can grow well in winter. Winter vegetable gardens can have more diversity in Southern states where late-season temperatures are not as cool as other areas of the country, but even Northern areas can enjoy frost-hardy winter vegetables.
Vegetables for winter gardens include:
If you're planning to grow a vegetable garden in the winter, always consider the average frost dates, so you can plan to protect your plants from frost damage on chilly nights. Not sure what to plant? Contact your local cooperative extension office for advice.
More tips on growing a winter vegetable garden: