These 6 tips will help you harvest fresh veggies from your garden year-round…
It’s easy to eat from your garden during the summer and fall months, but what about when cold weather arrives? With a little planning and a bit of luck, it is possible to eat from your garden almost year-round in many climates.
There are many techniques you can use to extend your growing season into the late fall and even winter months – and you may be surprised at the number of crops you can harvest and enjoy during the winter.
For example, right now in early December in Ohio, we are still harvesting lots of delicious greens such as kale, chard, and collards. We also have big, fat, beautiful carrots and parsnips that will sit in the ground even into January, so we can pull and enjoy them fresh whenever we like.
This short video shares 6 proven strategies for harvesting fresh veggies from your garden year-round.