Survive the Winter Blues: Grow, Eat and Plan

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There is no denying it: the days are short and unless you planned for a winter garden, fresh vegetables from your backyard have long passed. But don’t let the winter get you down. There are plenty of recipes to last you through the cold season and into the ‘hungry gap’.

And we’ve shared a few of our favorite projects to inspire you through the cold season and of course day dreaming (and planning) for spring.

Save 25% on Select Winter Reading Books

For next year, don’t limit your harvest to summer months. Dive into Four Season Harvest and The Winter Harvest Handbook so you can grow cold-hardy winter crops through the most biting cold.

Throw another log on the fire, grab a blanket, and tuck in with these new and classic favorites.

Happy reading from your friends at Chelsea Green Publishing.

 

From the Archives: Grow, Eat and Plan

Grow a Year-Round Indoor Salad Garden, even in winter

The Endless Arugula Bed

How to Plan the Best Garden Ever

Chop, Salt, Pack, Wait: Four Simple Steps to Making the Best Sauerkraut on Earth

Gardening Tips from Eliot Coleman: How to Start Seedlings in a Cold Frame

Not Level? No Problem. How to Build a Greenhouse on a Slope

Recipe: How To Make Your Own Chèvre Using Natural Ingredients

25% Off Books to Curl up with this Winter!

               

25% Off Books to Curl up with this Winter!

 

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