In late summer or late winter, you may think your vegetable garden is kaput. But if you live in a mild-winter climate you can producing fresh veggies even when it’s quite chilly out.
A cool-season vegetable garden is filled with plants that prefer the cooler temperatures and soils of fall and spring. Some even do their best with a touch of frost. For most people, cool-season vegetables are the ones you plant as summer winds down — or early in the year, when you simply can’t wait to return to the garden.
Wondering what vegetables you can plant in late summer and late winter for harvests in fall and spring? There are more options than you might think.