Growing Your Own Vegetables in The Winter


Growing your own vegetables is an excellent way to save money and it can be a great hobby.
Winter-Vegetables
Growing your own vegetables is an excellent way to save money and it can be a great hobby. Many people grow their own vegetables so they know exactly where their veggies come from. Most people limit their gardening to the warmer months. However, growing vegetables in colder weather is still entirely possible.

In this video from Growing Your Greens, John gives some great tips on what vegetables to grow during winter, from edible flowers to leafy greens to onions. He recommends using your front yard to plant vegetables as it is a much more practical use of the space than just growing grass, and he encourages growing vegetables that grow back quickly and easily after being picked. John grows lettuce, turnips, sprouts, tomatoes, and more in his winter garden. If you live in an area that receives little snow in the winter time, this video will give you the advice you need to start up your own winter garden.








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