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Saturday, March 5, 2011

Winter garden

To read a solid article about what can be grown in the winter, read this article.

Maybe not actually grown, says Eliot Coleman in his very popular book on four-season gardening. But we don't need everything to grow, just stay alive for winter harvest. And then the veggies are ready to start growing again when spring arrives.

He goes into detail about how to extend the growing season all over the country.

Then we can have garden-fresh veggies all year round, even in cold places.

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