You can still keep growing vegetables even in winter but what you can and can’t grow will depend on how mild or severe winters are in your area.
Knowing the cold hardiness of vegetables can help you choose the best vegetables to grow in your cold weather vegetable garden
Cold frames offer you the opportunity to enjoy fresh produce year-round and protect your plants from harsh weather conditions. Find out how to build and use them properly.
Brassica vegetables need cool to moderate temperatures to mature in, making them ideal additions to your cool-season garden.
Whether it’s the crunch of fresh asparagus or the earthy sweetness of beets, the right temperature is essential for a thriving cool-season vegetable garden.
Vegetables can be categorized into warm-season and cool-season vegetables based on the range of temperatures that they will grow in. For gardeners in temperate areas, warm-season vegetables can be grown in spring and summer, while cool-season vegetables will grow best during fall and winter. Gardeners in low-elevation tropical or sub-tropical areas may be able to […]
Hardening off is a crucial step to ensure the success and survival of your seedlings when moving them outdoors from an indoor or protected environment.
You can transplant vegetable seedlings to grow strong and healthy plants but you must transplant them correctly and at the right time.
Preparing your vegetable garden before planting can make all the difference when it comes to growing healthy plants and getting the best harvest possible.
Transplant shock is a common problem that can occur when transplanting seedlings in your vegetable garden. If left untreated plants experiencing transplant shock may eventually die.