Extending the season and overwintering garden veggies, winter sowing, lovage, and putting the garden to bed
No matter what scale you’re growing at, growing veggies later into the fall, and even through winter, may be easier than you think. There’s a spectrum of techniques, from using old sheets to installing a high tunnel and so much in between. Becky Sideman has spent years researching agricultural season extension and experimenting with season extension and overwintering strategies at a small scale, and shares those proven tips and solutions with us on this episode of Granite State Gardening.
- Featured Question: Is winter sowing a shortcut to spring?
- Featured Plant: Lovage (Levisticum officinale)
- Closing Tip: Putting the garden to bed
- Row covers in the garden from UNH Extension
- Low tunnels for beginners from West Virginia University
- Season extension techniques for market gardeners from ATTRA
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Extending the season and overwintering garden veggies, winter sowing, lovage, and putting the garden to bed is written by cdo2 for extension.unh.edu