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By Diane Sieker
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Follow tips from local professionals to help the garden flourish this winter

 

Last updated 12/14/2018 at 5:16am

Sage Mountain Farms

Chard, a winter-hardy plant, is ready to harvest

Winter chills and inclement weather need not spell the end of gardening endeavors in high country. There are many vegetables that grow very well this time of year and provide fresh and nutritious food for tables with minimal effort.

Whether using an established garden area, soft or hard pots, raised beds or straw bale structures, planting in the winter can be rewarding. Many vegetable varieties need not be planted in a greenhouse to thrive.

Grangetto's Farm and Garden Supply suggested artichokes, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, chives, cilantro, co...



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