Most people think that once winter comes, the gardening season is over, but that simply isn’t true! There are quite a few crops that can survive through the winter, especially considering the abundant amount of sunshine we get in this state.
Here are some examples of simple, easy-to-grow plants that survive in the winter:
-Cabbage (The cooler the weather, the sweeter it gets)
Just make sure to be extra safe and cover them on those nights where the weather dips below freezing and they should be just fine!
Not to mention, there are so many options if you want to do a mini container garden inside your house! Keep up with this blog and we’ll be going deeper into all kinds of vegetables, herbs, and fruits and their importance.
Anyone else have any winter gardening in Colorado tips?
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