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Here is a link on how to keep busy outdoors in the garden this winter. Weeding, composting, mulching, dividing perennials, planting bulbs, preserving annuals, draining water lines all pay dividends the following spring.

I plan to cover my greenhouse with 6 mil polyethylene so the beat can go on in the winter. A 30F degree day in January can produce a lot of heat in a covered garden. That’s pok choy, chard, kale, lettuce, beets, carrots, garlic and more that are under wraps. See our planting post for more crops to plant.

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