by Lee Wyatt
(last updated December 5, 2011)
When it comes to gardening, the common belief is that the winter months are a fairly slow time. After all, since it is cold outside, there really isn't all that much that can grow, right? Well the answer to this questions that there are a few vegetables out there that actually do a bit better during the winter months than the warmer months. These winter vegetables are a perfect way to get the most out of your garden, and to extend your harvest a bit. Here is a little bit of information that you can use to help decide which winter vegetables you may like to grow this coming season.
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