What vegetables can I plant in my garden in the Fall, before it snows, that will bloom in the Spring?
What Vegetables Can I Plant in My Garden in the Fall?
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The answer depends on where you live. In cold regions with a long period of snow, winter vegetable gardening is only possible if you have elaborate cold frame or greenhouse setups.
For warmer regions, see this article:
In intermediate climates, some vegetables can be kept alive during the winter, but they will do most of their growing during the warmer periods like late fall and early spring. Spinach, members of the cabbage family, carrots, and garlic are some of the most cold-hardy.