They’ll content themselves with produce they’ve preserved or settle for those sometimes-questionable grocery-store veggies. (It came from where and could have been sprayed with what?)
Or, budgets permitting, they’ll get their veggies at those few-and-far-between organic grocery stores like . . . well, you know.
But there are sometimes other options and today I (or rather Barbara Pleasant) have some gardening tips for you on growing winter spinach.
Gardening Tips on Growing Winter Spinach
Spinach helped launch my career as a garden writer, because my first published article was on growing winter spinach. Much has changed since then, especially the use of low tunnels for cold-hardy crops, which makes growing winter spinach easier than ever. With a few decades of spinach-growing behind me, in several different gardens, here are my top tips for getting great crops from spinach planted in the fall. (Click here to read the original article.)
So, there you go. And it’s not that difficult, especially with Ms. Pleasant’s comprehensive gardening tips.
I hope you enjoyed today’s post and that it helps you keep some fresh vegetables on the table this winter. Help your friends get their spinach, too: Share Today’s Organic Gardening with them. (I think Popeye would want you to.)