Blog Posts - Winter Gardening



What to plant in December in the California Garden

The Southern California garden is a paradise in the month of December. Thanks to the excellent weather, December is the time to do a lot of things in your garden. Today we will look at everything you need to do in the California garden in the month o...
by California Gardening Blog on Dec 8, 2015

Helpful Guideline For Winter Gardening

Gardening during winter times is a challenging task for every gardener. It entails a process of saving the plants and prevents it from being extinct. Gardening can also be done during winter time. There are small garden ideas that can serve as a help...
by Small Garden Ideas on Jan 22, 2015

Top Tips for Growing Vegetables and Herbs in the Wintertime

Anyone that lives near or drives through rural regions of America is familiar with the barren landscape that appears during the winter months. With the sun’s heat less intense and its appearances few and far between in the American heartland, w...
by The Alternative Consumer on Jan 20, 2015

This Winter Plan

I thought sawing Petunia seed for this winter. So get more preparation for it.
by Garden Paradise on Aug 22, 2013

The Under Cover Gardening Guide

I’m excited to let you know that my second e-book  related to gardening has just come alive in Amazon’s Kindle Store. The Under Cover Gardening Guide is a complete guide to gardening with protective plant shelters. Both novice and exper...
by Through Nana's Garden Gate on Jan 20, 2013

Basic Gardening Tips : How to Prepare Garden Beds for Winter

  Learn how to start and maintain your  garden. Great tips on how to prepare you garden beds for winter gardening. Get the most out of your gardens with these great tips and techniques.
by How To Garden Video on Oct 4, 2012

The Overwintered Garden

New growth is the name of the game in March.  Until now, winter gardeners were mostly harvesting the stored fortunes of the previous growing season.  The Brussels sprouts, kohlrabi, cabbage, parsnips, and rutabagas put their future in stored nutrit...
by Squash Practice on Mar 11, 2012

Winter Greens

With a couple of beautiful days this weekend, we are back to unseasonably dry winter weather. The temperatures squeaked up to almost 50 F both days, so the bees were flying a little. We are still eating lots of things from the garden.   Earlier in t...
by Squash Practice on Feb 6, 2012

Winter Gardening

Well we are officially in the doldrums of a dreary, grey winter. And I find myself hopelessly dreaming of summer days in my garden... ...but with at least 4 more months until these days are a reality,  I had to find a way not to wish away the...
by A Pretty Life in the Suburbs on Jan 30, 2012

Prepare Springtime Blooms with These Winter Gardening Tips

Cold, wet and possibly snowy months of winter don’t spell the end of your gardening hobbies. There are a number of tasks you’ll want to still undertake. A beautiful aspect of life in North America is that no matter where you reside, there...
by Through Nana's Garden Gate on Jan 5, 2011


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