In this post, we’re going to talk about a winter garden. Here in My Garden Way, we support all kinds of gardens, but we also encourage beginner and intermediate gardeners to grow their potential.
With that, you’ll often see us writing about different kinds of gardens. To be a gardener means having the ability to grow plants in their backyard, but to be a superb gardener means more than that.
You need to master various types of gardening environments. It’s important to know how to mix the perfect soil for your plants. You should be willing to learn new things every day.
Last month, we discussed with you what a winter garden is and why should consider building one.
So, now we want to tell you about three kinds of plants that you shouldn’t forget to plant in your winter garden. Christmas is coming up. The last thing you want is to spend the holidays without these plants. The only thing we can tell you is that Christmas won’t be the same without them. Let’s start.
3 Types Of Plants You Need For Your Winter Garden
Some people think the primary purpose of a family garden is design. With that, most of them choose to plant flowers among other things.
But here in My Garden Way, we know that a garden has many uses. With that, for your winter garden, we recommend you add some vegetables.
Of course, you need to choose vegetables that can survive heavy weathers such as the winter season. The reason for this is that these coming holidays, you want to spend your time not only with family but also with lots of delicious and healthy food.
Vegetables may be the last thing that comes to your mind when it comes to Christmas food, but you might be surprised by the number of delicious dishes you can make using mere vegetables.
You need to let your creativity out or do some searched on Google and looked for recipes you can make with these dishes.
Aside from the delicious meals, you’ll get, when spring comes, you can bet your Bunsen burner that winter garden will now have lots of varieties instead of the typical flower only garden.
We have to admit flowers and other small plants indeed are adorable, but if you want to take your garden to the next level, the best way to do add is to add variety when it comes to your garden’s height and width.
Sure, you can keep your small plants – the herbs, flowers, and whatnot.
But don’t throw away the chance to plant some trees.
Aside from adding beauty to your winter garden, this is also an opportunity to have some fruit harvests. You’re going to need lots of fruits this New Year.
See? Not only did you turn your simple garden into a paradise, but you also managed to be cost-effective with the fruits for the holidays.
The reason for this one, we think is pretty apparent.
Forget about gardening for one moment. Let’s talk about the fact that it’s almost Christmas and you are going to do a lot of cooking.
You know that when there’s cooking, there will always be a need for some herbs and spices.
This won’t be a problem for you if your winter garden has a whole stash of herbs.
Let’s not forget. Herb plants are fantastic sights as well. So, it is a two-in-one package. You get the beauty of having some herbs in your winter garden. At the same time, you have an unlimited stash of additives for your meals.
We encourage you to put any plants you want for your winter garden but don’t count your garden as finished until you’ve added the plants we have on our list. You have to trust us on this one. You’ll have the best holidays of your life.