Don't call it quits just yet! There are tons of plants to grow in wintertime. Winter vegetables, such as kale and Brussels Sprouts, are hardy plants that can handle cool temperatures and even snow on the ground. Here are some vegetables to grow outdoors in winter:
- Onions and Shallots
- Spring Onions
- Perpetual Spinach
- Broad Beans
- Winter Salads
These crops are easy to grow in the late fall/winter months that will help to create delicious salads and side dishes for families to enjoy.
Winter gardening tip: Keep watch on these plants, as deer hunt for food. Whitetails will become desperate to find food to eat this season; and they will eat leftovers in gardens. Consider installing a 7.5-8' foot high deer fence for deer management.