A journal on eco-conscious gardening and agriculture
Monday, November 30, 2015
What can you grow in the winter in Texas?
Many gardeners grow spring, summer and fall veggies but are wholly unaware that Texas is a state with a year-round growing season.
Kale, broccoli, collards greens and carrots are just a few of the veggies you can reap from a cool season garden.
In this article from Edible Dallas Fort Worth, local growers share their knowledge about how they've taken advantage of Texas' cool season to fill their dinner plates throughout the winter months and into early spring, long before tomatoes and summer squash have set fruit.