The winter season is especially harsh on vegetables, but with the right variety and the right timing, you can actually plant certain vegetables this time of year and extend your growing season.
To get started with winter gardening, it’s important to know how and when you should plant your seeds. Different varieties of vegetables have certain differences in the manner on which to grow them, so you need to be mindful of that.
There are also certain guidelines to follow when you’re storing your winter veggies. Most crops require a storage temperature of 33-40° F and a humidity level somewhere between 90-95% to keep them fresher for longer.
Knowledge of these basic things can really help you with your winter gardening. So are you ready to plant your own vegetables? If so, then check out the following chart to begin your winter garden!
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