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Seasons come and go but nature is perennial and that is why it offers a wide range of plants that thrive in cold weather. There are plants that will bloom through a layer of snow or which will reflect their bright colors from the icicles hanging down from

Seasons come and go but nature is perennial and that is why it offers a wide range of plants that thrive in cold weather. There are plants that will bloom through a layer of snow or which will reflect their bright colors from the icicles hanging down from your house. These are not plants that manage to hang on and survive the cold and snow – these are plants that thrive in these conditions. If you are an avid gardener or just want to keep your yard looking attractive all your round, winter plants in your garden will add a special touch to your home.

In winter living creatures tend to withdraw to their nests to await the return of warmer weather. Humans are no exception and we spend as much time as possible in the cozy comforts of our homes till the weather outside becomes welcoming again. But that is no reason to ignore the exterior of your house. Brightly colored winter garden plants, or even a few winter vegetables, add life to a cold and dead landscape. The brightness and life that these plants project will enter your home each time you look outside and see them. And the fact that you have a beautiful winter garden will tell the neighbors a lot about the kind of family you are.

If you want to keep your garden alive in winter, you will find information relevant to your area, on seed and gardening equipment and materials suppliers online. If a winter garden appeals to you but the idea of spending time creating and maintaining it out in the cold does not, the Internet is where you will also find information on gardening and landscaping professions who will do the job for you.




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The Design Seeds Color Almanac is a “digital zine” which includes fifty of the site's most popular palettes. The Color Almanac is available as a PDF for $4.99

The seasonal Color Atlas … a guide featuring curated Design Seeds collections, offering storied vignettes of creative color and inspiration.

Trudi Davidoff,c/o
WinterSown Educational
1989 School Street
East Meadow, NY 11554

Phone: 516-794-3945
Fax: No. We cancelled our fax line.

Email:[email protected]

WinterSown at Facebook:
Winter Sowers Discussion Group

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Hi, loved reading your post. I’m especially glad whenever I find a good link, such as the one you gave for spinach. I have had problems with germination being spotty. Good tips. I also have winter-sown in the past few years…milk cartons, seeded, and set outside for the cold months. I have had good luck with that too. Sowing seeds is on my to-do list this week. It gets me going to read good posts like yours…Happy Gardening.

I remember reading an article about a couple trying to grow everything for their wedding party. Might have been t hese folks , but I’m not sure. The spinach never came up and they were really disappointed. Our spinach production has also been hit or miss in the past. But the last few years have been really great and I’ve seen spinach growing beautifully on other farms in our hood.. We’ll be sure to keep sharing the best resources we can find on this.

Seasons come and go but nature is perennial and that is why it offers a wide range of plants that thrive in cold weather. There are plants that will bloom through a layer of snow or which will reflect their bright colors from the icicles hanging down from your house. These are not plants that manage to hang on and survive the cold and snow – these are plants that thrive in these conditions. If you are an avid gardener or just want to keep your yard looking attractive all your round, winter plants in your garden will add a special touch to your home.

In winter living creatures tend to withdraw to their nests to await the return of warmer weather. Humans are no exception and we spend as much time as possible in the cozy comforts of our homes till the weather outside becomes welcoming again. But that is no reason to ignore the exterior of your house. Brightly colored winter garden plants, or even a few winter vegetables, add life to a cold and dead landscape. The brightness and life that these plants project will enter your home each time you look outside and see them. And the fact that you have a beautiful winter garden will tell the neighbors a lot about the kind of family you are.

If you want to keep your garden alive in winter, you will find information relevant to your area, on seed and gardening equipment and materials suppliers online. If a winter garden appeals to you but the idea of spending time creating and maintaining it out in the cold does not, the Internet is where you will also find information on gardening and landscaping professions who will do the job for you.




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The Design Seeds Color Almanac is a “digital zine” which includes fifty of the site's most popular palettes. The Color Almanac is available as a PDF for $4.99

The seasonal Color Atlas … a guide featuring curated Design Seeds collections, offering storied vignettes of creative color and inspiration.

Trudi Davidoff,c/o
WinterSown Educational
1989 School Street
East Meadow, NY 11554

Phone: 516-794-3945
Fax: No. We cancelled our fax line.

Email:[email protected]

WinterSown at Facebook:
Winter Sowers Discussion Group

Seasons come and go but nature is perennial and that is why it offers a wide range of plants that thrive in cold weather. There are plants that will bloom through a layer of snow or which will reflect their bright colors from the icicles hanging down from your house. These are not plants that manage to hang on and survive the cold and snow – these are plants that thrive in these conditions. If you are an avid gardener or just want to keep your yard looking attractive all your round, winter plants in your garden will add a special touch to your home.

In winter living creatures tend to withdraw to their nests to await the return of warmer weather. Humans are no exception and we spend as much time as possible in the cozy comforts of our homes till the weather outside becomes welcoming again. But that is no reason to ignore the exterior of your house. Brightly colored winter garden plants, or even a few winter vegetables, add life to a cold and dead landscape. The brightness and life that these plants project will enter your home each time you look outside and see them. And the fact that you have a beautiful winter garden will tell the neighbors a lot about the kind of family you are.

If you want to keep your garden alive in winter, you will find information relevant to your area, on seed and gardening equipment and materials suppliers online. If a winter garden appeals to you but the idea of spending time creating and maintaining it out in the cold does not, the Internet is where you will also find information on gardening and landscaping professions who will do the job for you.




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Seasons come and go but nature is perennial and that is why it offers a wide range of plants that thrive in cold weather. There are plants that will bloom through a layer of snow or which will reflect their bright colors from the icicles hanging down from your house. These are not plants that manage to hang on and survive the cold and snow – these are plants that thrive in these conditions. If you are an avid gardener or just want to keep your yard looking attractive all your round, winter plants in your garden will add a special touch to your home.

In winter living creatures tend to withdraw to their nests to await the return of warmer weather. Humans are no exception and we spend as much time as possible in the cozy comforts of our homes till the weather outside becomes welcoming again. But that is no reason to ignore the exterior of your house. Brightly colored winter garden plants, or even a few winter vegetables, add life to a cold and dead landscape. The brightness and life that these plants project will enter your home each time you look outside and see them. And the fact that you have a beautiful winter garden will tell the neighbors a lot about the kind of family you are.

If you want to keep your garden alive in winter, you will find information relevant to your area, on seed and gardening equipment and materials suppliers online. If a winter garden appeals to you but the idea of spending time creating and maintaining it out in the cold does not, the Internet is where you will also find information on gardening and landscaping professions who will do the job for you.




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The Design Seeds Color Almanac is a “digital zine” which includes fifty of the site's most popular palettes. The Color Almanac is available as a PDF for $4.99

The seasonal Color Atlas … a guide featuring curated Design Seeds collections, offering storied vignettes of creative color and inspiration.

Seasons come and go but nature is perennial and that is why it offers a wide range of plants that thrive in cold weather. There are plants that will bloom through a layer of snow or which will reflect their bright colors from the icicles hanging down from your house. These are not plants that manage to hang on and survive the cold and snow – these are plants that thrive in these conditions. If you are an avid gardener or just want to keep your yard looking attractive all your round, winter plants in your garden will add a special touch to your home.

In winter living creatures tend to withdraw to their nests to await the return of warmer weather. Humans are no exception and we spend as much time as possible in the cozy comforts of our homes till the weather outside becomes welcoming again. But that is no reason to ignore the exterior of your house. Brightly colored winter garden plants, or even a few winter vegetables, add life to a cold and dead landscape. The brightness and life that these plants project will enter your home each time you look outside and see them. And the fact that you have a beautiful winter garden will tell the neighbors a lot about the kind of family you are.

If you want to keep your garden alive in winter, you will find information relevant to your area, on seed and gardening equipment and materials suppliers online. If a winter garden appeals to you but the idea of spending time creating and maintaining it out in the cold does not, the Internet is where you will also find information on gardening and landscaping professions who will do the job for you.

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