What to Plant in Your Winter Garden
Don't leave your garden just yet! Late Fall and early Winter is the time to plant some easy edibles, put in some spring-blooming bulbs, and scatter the sweeps of wildflowers that will be a delight come Spring and Summer. Tricia has Winter garden tips in our Winter Gardening Tips video.
Vegetables to Plant in a Winter GardenAll the alliums want to go in the ground now. This family -- garlic, onions, leeks, and shallots -- will be ready to harvest next summer. You can plant garlic, shallots, onion bulbs (sets) or live transplants of onions and leeks. The live onion and leek transplants arrive in our warehouse and are shipped out immediately. Pre-order to reserve yours in the fall!
If your soil is still warm enough, you can still put in radishes, carrots, greens, lettuce, beets, kale, peas, or potatoes!We can't help you dig the furrows for these veggies, but we can give you a helping hand with information: VIDEOS How to Grow Garlic Growing Onions, Leeks, and Shallots Fall Perennial Vegetable Care ARTICLES Growing Garlic-- What's the Difference Between Softneck and Hardneck Varieties? Why Onions Vary in Flavor and Storage Time Shallots and Leeks -- the Lesser Known Onion Cousins for your Garden and Kitchen BOOKS Growing Great Garlic Growing and Using Garlic All the Onions