Winter Garden Roundup

Cold weather doesn't signal the end of the gardening . Here's a round up of garden articles published on HGTV Gardens to help you prepare for the winter.

Cold Weather and the Garden

Cold weather doesn’t mean the end of the garden season! There’s work to be done before you put the garden to bed for the winter.  Better yet, in some areas you can extend your garden season for a few more months. Here’s a round up of winter garden articles we have published on HGTV Gardens to help you prepare for the winter garden.

Cold weather doesn't signal the end of the gardening . Here's a round up of garden articles published on HGTV Gardens to help you prepare for the winter.

Cool Weather and Indoor Insects: Find out how to prevent infestation during the off season.

Cold weather doesn't signal the end of the gardening . Here's a round up of garden articles published on HGTV Gardens to help you prepare for the winter.

Winter Garden Preparation: Follow these tips to put your landscape and garden to bed properly for the winter.

Cold weather doesn't signal the end of the gardening . Here's a round up of garden articles published on HGTV Gardens to help you prepare for the winter.

Use Fall Leaves for Winter Mulch: Do yourself, your garden and your community a favor this fall. Reuse those leaves!

Cold weather doesn't signal the end of the gardening . Here's a round up of garden articles published on HGTV Gardens to help you prepare for the winter.

Ways To Extend Your Harvest This Winter: Get the most out of your garden this winter with these simple tips.

Cold weather doesn't signal the end of the gardening . Here's a round up of garden articles published on HGTV Gardens to help you prepare for the winter.

Overwintering and Planting Fall Bloomers: Summer and spring aren’t the only seasons for spectacular blooms.

Cold weather doesn't signal the end of the gardening . Here's a round up of garden articles published on HGTV Gardens to help you prepare for the winter.

Cold-Hardy Winter Veggies to Grow: Don’t limit your vegetable garden to the summer and fall. Grow cold-hardy winter vegetables that have proven they can take the cold.

 

 

 

One thought on “Winter Garden Roundup

  1. Great post! It’s quite helpful for beginner gardeners like me who have no idea what they are supposed to do with their gardens before the winter comes. Well at least I know I should remove the dead crops, but that’s all. Thank you for your tips!

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