How to Grow Food 365 Days a Year

How to Grow Food Year-Round -

Gardeners who are willing to experiment with planting cold-tolerant veggies at the right time and protecting them from the elements will be rewarded with the delicious taste of homegrown greens on the coldest, darkest days -- Click image for more details.

Winter Garden - Adrian created a “black sea”, with a breaking wave of Hakonechloa. The red Cornus stems are highlighted by dark green Taxus pillars and autumnal tones of the grass - Bressingham Gardens photos by Richard and Adrian Bloom -

Winter Garden - Adrian created a black sea, with a breaking wave of Hakonechloa. The red Cornus stems are highlighted by dark green Taxus pillars and autumnal tones of the grass - Bressingham Gardens photos by Richard and Adrian Bloom -

This beautiful grass is a bit more compact than most maiden grass cultivars, and its plumes hold up well through winter.

Great plants for winter

Maiden grass Miscanthus sinensis ‘Huron Sunrise’ This beautiful grass is a bit more compact than most maiden grass cultivars, and its plumes hold up well through winter.

Planting ornamental cabbage and other cool season plants is just around the corner.

Plant your garden for winter. Make it magical

Winter doesn’t have to be white in the garden. Even if there is a blanket of snow covering the soil, these colorful characters will add some pizzazz to the winter garden with their showy limbs, bright berries, and even some flowers! Here are some ideas for what to plant for winter garden interest.

Check Out These Cool Characters! The Top Plants for Winter Garden Interest

Winter doesn’t have to be white in the garden. Even if there is a blanket of snow covering the soil, these colorful characters will add some pizzazz to the winter garden with their showy limbs, bright berries, and even some flowers!

Winter gardening can be beautiful! Here are a few plants that bloom in winter!

8 Plants that Bloom in Winter

What to plant in November, both inside and outside!

What to Plant in November, both inside AND outside!

Wondering what to plant in November? Your winter garden chores aren't over yet! Start planting these items both inside and out in your garden bed.

Vallidina Burwood - Add a little winter color in your garden with this shrub that will withstand the frigid temperatures.

8 Ways Gardens Come Alive in the Dead of Winter

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