During the winter, we are perceiving our garden lifeless and accumulated with snow and leaves. But beneath the surface, the garden is full of life. Spring plants quietly await their bloom, maple is provided with sugars, and gardeners eagerly looking forward to a fruitful season. Although winter is a quiet season, there are many things to do.
Cold months of December to March are providing a perfect opportunity to build a greenhouse that allows gardeners to continue the harvest.
Also, winter is a great time to plant early spring plants. Finally, with winter reveals the structure of the garden and the soil is soft, this period is an ideal time to dig a hole, make a path for easy water flow and stuck a stick which you will use as a stalk of a plant . You can easily create beautiful frame of your garden.
Sow the seeds in a vase and start to grow in your home, this method offers many advantages. Thus, you will save time and money because you don`t have to buy seedlings. If you use pure and uncontaminated soil, your seedlings will be stronger and healthier than those you buy from an agricultural store. When seed will sprout, wait to show some leaves and start to feed your plant. Winter vegetables like broccoli, celery, cabbage and most types of lettuce are grown this way.
Herbs such as thyme, rosemary and sage will also do fine during a mild winter. Parsley and cilantro can be reseeded year round in many places, whenever a fresh patch is desired. Unless you have very warm winters, avoid trying to grow corn, tomatoes, peppers, beans, squash, and melons during the winter, as they are primarily warmer weather crops.
This way you will provide entertainment in these cold months, you can enjoy their juicy fruit in the early months of spring in your garden that will never lose its glow.