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Winter Sowing for Beginners
What does winter planting mean, which vegetables should we use and when will the seeds germinate? Read everything you need to know about growing winter vegetables here!
Winter sowing spinach in January
I did a January sowing of spinach and I'm hoping to get a nice harvest in April, or sooner! I decided to start sowing spinach in a miniature greenhouse and I hope this will give me a nice head start.
Winter sowing in pots
It's cold up here in zone 3, but I wanted to do a winter sowing of broccoli that I can harvest early in spring. I decided to do a sowing in pots in my polytunnel. This is how to do it!
Growing winter vegetables: Guide to Winter sowing
When it comes to growing vegetables, some of you might not think much about this season. But I'm actually a big fan of growing winter vegetables and I hope you will try it too! Start by reading my guide on winter sowing here.
Growing Vegetables in Winter: December Sowing
I finally did a winter sowing in my red grow box! Several different types of leafy greens. I look forward to harvesting them in early spring. Do you want to learn more about growing vegetables in winter? Keep reading!
Sowing flowers in winter
I start sowing flowers early, even in winter. It works really well, try it!
Winter-sowing in a cold frame
I generally do two types of sowing in winter: First of all the vegetables I sow and leave to grow in the same spot. And then of course the vegetables I pre-sow and move somewhere else. Today, I'm winter-sowing in a cold frame outside.
Guide: Winter-sowing beets
I tried winter-sowing beets this year. I did it in two different ways and got lots of beautiful plants in my garden. But did I get any edible beets?
Wintersowing: My best tips
I wintersow a selection of mixed seeds in winter to get a nice harvest of fresh vegetables in early spring. Wintersowing is really easy, try it!
Sowing seeds in winter
Cold and snowy? No problem! You can keep sowing seeds in winter with these helpful tips.
Growing Winter Spinach at Home
It's the middle of winter, but I wanted to keep the thought of spring alive. Fresh, crispy leaves in beautiful shades of green... You don't have to wait! Why not grow winter spinach and go for an early harvest instead?