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It’s January, the beginning of a new year (finally!). Time to make New Year’s resolutions, fill out 2021 planners, and start thinking ahead. In fact, when it comes to gardening, it’s time to start thinking very, very far ahead. We know it seems much too cold outside right now to be considered Spring, but nonetheless, the Spring planting season is upon us.
But what plants would survive the weather right now? Believe it or not, there are actually plenty of species that like to get their roots established before they poke their heads out of the ground come the warmer weather.
With this in mind, we’ve compiled a modest list of what flora prefers to be planted in the colder months, so you can stay on schedule and enjoys the fruits of your labor come summer time!
Nothing says “summer” like a gorgeous array of color!
FRUITS AND VEGGIES
Rather than throwing away wilted greens or rotten apples from the grocery store, why not pick fresh ones from your own backyard?
HERBS AND FOLIAGE
Put back the jar of dried oregano, and season your spaghetti with some fresh herbs instead!
No landscape is complete without a tree or two.
So there you have it. If you’re interested in growing any of the plants we mentioned, check out the links below for helpful tips!
Worried about your new flowers attracting too many bugs? Never fear! Check to see if what you want to plant is on our list of plants that attract pollinators, or maybe our list of plants that discourage pests!
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