Cold Weather Crops vegetables that can be grown in the colder temperatures when there is a chance of frost, late summer through fall or early in the spring.
These quick-growing, short-season crops reach maturity quickly in 3-6 weeks such as radishes, turnips, peas, arugula or mustard greens that tolerate long cool nights and short days. They also include vegetables that reach maturity before the cold sets in and that can survive well when a deep freeze sets in and include root vegetables, cabbages, carrots, winter lettuces, kale and spinach. Learn more about growing cold weather crops from Gary at the Rusted Garden. Shop the full collection below.
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