HOW TO USE SUCCESSION PLANTING IN YOUR GARDEN

What to do in the middle of winter with your edible garden? Apart from drink tea and ponder, that is.

The dead of winter generally means our edible gardens are quiet places, but they don’t need to become completely idle. For me, it’s all about tending to and harvesting our edible annuals that were planted in the warmer months – which includes all those delicious, bountiful leafy greens and cooler-season veggies.

Timing your planting of winter and summer crops usually requires a big spring and an autumn session of seed sowing each year. But don’t despair, you can still add to these two major planting windows by continually planting seeds while the season’s temperature in your region allows.

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