Have you ever wondered if you could grow a winter garden?
I did. I'm one of those people who would rather make something than buy it. Half the fun is creating. To create, you must experiment. I never worry that I might be reinventing the wheel. The recreation of anything introduces a new perspective from a different mind. So, when I decided to try a winter garden, I began from scratch, willing to risk the loss of some crops. My garden is only about 19'x18', so in late summer, I started with a variety of crops. I planted green beans, peas, beets, lettuce, radishes, spinach and turnips. I had some celery and a cauliflower plant that I used in my experiment as well.
Browse my site and find out what I learned.
Who says you can't have a winter garden in NW Arkansas? I had to try. I'm an experimental gardener.
The Experimental Gardener