Most home gardeners surrender to the calendar this time of year. Fresh greens and tomatoes are not on the menu, unless you are lucky enough to find a winter grower. But it doesn't necessarily have to be that way. The possibilities range from easy-to-grow microgreens to difficult, but not impossible tomatoes.
See my latest article on winter salad greens in the community papers of The Day.
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Thanks to Baylee Rose Drown of Upper Pond Farm, Old Lyme, CT, for her microgreens photos. Below, micro cilantro.