As we leave the summer months behind and approach the winter season, we will long for the activities we did during the summer. Especially those who spend the spring and summer months taking care of the vegetables they plant in their garden or balcony will long for exercising in the fresh air and growing unique organic products. Today we look at ten hardy vegetables that you can grow in the winter season…
Broad bean is a vegetable that can be planted in the fall. Instead of leaving your garden fallow in autumn, you can make use of it by planting broad beans. Because the pod planted in autumn grows much more efficiently than the pod planted in the first spring.
Some asparagus species can also be planted in the fall.
Peas, like broad beans, are a vegetable that can be planted in the fall.
Garlic is the easiest vegetable to grow. In winter, you can grow garlic cloves by planting them 6 cm deep in the soil in light soils.
Onion, like garlic, is a vegetable that can be grown in winter.
Winter lettuce, which is a special type of lettuce, is a vegetable suitable for growing in winter.
Likewise, lamb’s lettuce, which is a special type of lettuce, is a vegetable that can be grown in winter.
It goes without saying that spinach is one of the indispensable vegetables of the winter season. Spinach is a vegetable that we both consume and grow during the winter season when we stay away from green vegetables.
Sugar Pea is a vegetables that can be grown in winter just like peas.
Winter Head Cabbage
Winter Head Cabbage, which is a name given by the cabbage according to the growing periods, can be grown in the winter season, as the name suggests. Planting and care methods are the same as cabbage.
Do you know of any other winter vegetables we should be growing as winter comes? If you do why not let us know in the comments below so we can all grow them.