Vegetables You Can Grow in January because they are cold hardy, let’s take a look.

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A common Question?

What Vegetables Grow in Winter?

Well here is some cold hardy ones that you can try and grow in your garden at winter time.

Growing Carrots in Winter

1. Carrots

Carrots are remarkably winter-hardy, and the roots are sweeter after a hard freeze.

Take a sturdy garden fork with you to dig your winter carrots; the ground will be harder than usual!

Carrots can survive temperatures as low as 15 degrees Fahrenheit

Carrots are easy to grow year-round, but must have proper soil conditions to thrive. They are vegetables you can grow in January but need a good start.

Average soil temperature should be around 40 degrees F to start your carrot seeds.

They like loose, sandy soil to allow plenty of room for root development.

Another Vegetable You Can Grow in January

2 Cauliflower

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