Vegetables for Winter Gardening

Vegetables varities - Easy to grown in Winter season.

 

1. Coriander is a pretty annual herb with feathery leaves and white umbrella type flowers. The small, ball shapred seeds are widely used to spice up Asian curries, soups and stews.

The fresh coriander leaf is also used for salads, soups and curries, and it tastes totally different from the seeds.

 2. Fenugreek Growing  is easy, whether you live in a sub tropical or tropical part of the world or in temperate or colder part. It can be grown both on grounds or in containers. You can also grow it on windowsills in small pots, on a balcony or terrace.

 3. Spinach is another plant that enjoys cool weather and will bolt in hot weather, which makes it another awesome plant for winter gardens. Outside, it will need protection from outright freezing, but it can withstand a few degrees of frost. Inside, it will need a grow light. Spinach works effectively at a sprout size from which you can harvest a few leaves from each plant and let it grow back again.

 4. Herbs such as thyme, sage, and oregano can also handle being grown in the winter. If you have an outside plant, take a piece of the roots and plant it in a pot indoors to keep it growing throughout the winter. Once you have the plant established in the pot, it will grow throughout the winter and provide fresh herbs whenever you want them.

 5. Citrus plants and a few other fruit tree type plants can be grown in pots. Citrus season is in winter, so it’s the perfect time to grab some citrus seeds and start your own lemon or orange tree. In colder climates, citrus can only be grown indoors whether it’s winter or not.

 6.  Peas Enjoy an early crop of peas next spring. Autumn sowings of rounded varieties such as Pea ‘Kelvedon Wonder’ and Pea ‘Meteor’ are particularly hardy and will give you a head start next season. You will be the envy of the allotment when you start harvesting peas 3 or 4 weeks earlier than other growers!

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12/27/2015 5:16 PM
very nice information.