Got snow? As I write, we are near white-out. But I am thinking of seedlings. There are the traditional late winter seedlings, yes, but there are also some outdoor adventures to be had in late winter growing. That's because, as our days get longer and brighter, it's actually possible to begin the planting process.
For more on the topic, see my recent interview with Niki Jabbour, Nova Scotia resident and author of The Year-Round Gardener (Storey Publishing, 2011). Download the article below.
And don't miss the part at the end about the milk jug gardeners. (Thanks to Chuck Landrey of Old Saybrook for this tip.)