Vegetables You Can Grow During Winter
I keep kale, chard, carrots and beets in my garden all winter. This year I’m trying lettuce with a plastic cover. So far, so good.
I live in zone 6. I haven’t tried all the plants listed but I got spinach and cabbage to live through winter with heavy mulch. The foliage died back, but ree-merged in early spring. Two veggies I grow regularly through winter with only a few inches of wood mulch that are not listed are onions and daikon radishes. I’ve tried the past two winters to grow carrots and lettuce, but both times failed. I’m going to keep trying, though. I’m just not protecting them enough.