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Top 10 Easy to grow vegetables in the winter season

Top 10 Easy to grow vegetables in the winter season

The colder temperatures and lack of sunlight during the winter season is a real challenge to grow winter vegetables. But despite these obstacles, there are still plenty of vegetables you can grow now during the colder months.

Don’t let the cold get you down. Even though the temperature outside is below zero, don’t let that stop you from planning a small vegetable garden. Winter is a great time to start growing your own vegetables. Growing some of your food is a way of taking control of what you eat, while getting closer to nature.

Let’s take a look at our top 10 list of the best winter vegetables :-

Easy winter vegetables to grow
Easy winter vegetables to grow


Spinach plant

Need something to do in the cold winter months when you’re cooped up indoors? Try your hand at growing spinach. Spinach is easy to grow and one of the easiest plants to grow in the winter when other plants may not survive.

Even if you don’t have a green thumb, you can grow your own fresh spinach in the winter easily. It is a healthy green shade that adds a touch of life to any garden, especially when it is falling out of leaf at this time of year.


Winter vegetable

Cauliflower, which is an edible flower head, is the most popular vegetable in the world. This is because of its amazing flavor, texture and its ability to be cooked into different delicacies. It is a simple vegetable to grow and has an amazing amount of health benefits.

 Cauliflower is easy to grow, versatile, and delicious. It is a cool weather vegetable that thrives in winter season. If you’re looking for a tasty new addition to your garden than this vegetable is for you. It is easier to grow than you think and has many health benefits.


Winter vegetable

If you’re new to gardening and looking for a low maintenance vegetable, consider growing carrots. They’re easy to grow and in only a few months you’ll be able to enjoy them in salads and soups. They’re easy to grow and taste great! And did we mention that you don’t need a big garden to grow them? 

Carrots act as a great companion plants for tomatoes, because the deep-rooted carrots help loosen up the soil for the shallow-rooted tomatoes. Carrots need loose, fertile soil that remains evenly moist to grow their best. Nothing tastes better than homegrown organic carrot, you must try your hands on carrot this winter season.

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Green Peas 

Green Peas flower
Green Peas Flower

Growing peas is peaceful.

 Without any doubt green peas is the best vegetable to be grown in the winter season when there is less sunlight and it is cold outside. They will produce lots of food for you if you just give them a trellis to climb on and organic soil. It is also very easy to freeze green peas after they are picked off of the vine.

In the winter season, the cute little pod of pea shoots will add beauty to your garden and that is too peaceful to watch. Just pick out a spot with full sun, some water, peat moss for the soil, and you can harvest them in 90 days. Sounds too good to be true doesn’t it?


How to grow radish?

Radishes add a fresh pop of colour to your meals from winter through spring. They’re not only striking in their brilliant scarlet hue, but also make a great accompaniment to any dish. Radish is another winter vegetables that is easiest to grow, and it’s an extra-tasty treat to warm up with during the cold winter months.

Growing radishes is extremely easy — and their success rate is impressive. Radishes are a cool-season crop that can be planted in the ground or in containers. They prefer light soils with good drainage, high amounts of organic matter and moderate fertility to grow well. 


Winter vegetable

Growing vegetables is considered as one of the best and most exciting hobby especially during the winter season. The winter season is incomplete without planting kale, simply because of the reason they are easy to grow and require minimum care and work even in hard winter months.

Kale belongs to the same family of cabbage. With the curly variety it might even be hard to recognize it as such, but it naturally has become one of the most popular vegetables in the world. Kale loves cold weather, hence it can be left outdoors in winter and it even tastes much better after exposure to cold.

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Winter vegetables

Nothing beats growing beetroots

When it comes to gardening, there’s nothing more rewarding than plucking your own freshly homegrown vegetables and eating them. Beets share the distinction of being one of the first true “root” crops that gardeners grow. And once you’ve tasted homegrown beets, you might wonder how you ever lived without them.

Beetroot is a root vegetable which is easy to grow even in a small container. You can extend the beet harvest by simply planting them in early autumn and harvesting them in late winter.

The Bottom Line 

The winter season is a great time to get out and start some new vegetable plants. Gardening can be more challenging during the winter months because of lack of sunlight, needed warmth, and more compact soil due to freezing temperatures. However, there are some vegetables that are more resistant to these conditions and grow very well in the winter which we have compiled in this blog.

So, what are you waiting for? Common, Get up from that cozy bed and sip some hot tea or coffee. Add some warm topping on it and get those gardening tools out, It’s time to start the winter gardening preparation. You will get a lot of freshly and organically grown vegetables as a result. 

When you are planning to grow winter vegetables don’t forget to add beautiful flowers in your garden too, that will help to attract beneficial pollinator that helps for pollination of vegetable flower so that the flower can turn into vegetable.

Still, have any questions ? Feel free to ask in comment section

Do let me know in the comment section what are you planning to grow this winter season.

Grow food organically.

Happy Gardening!

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