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Some Crops Are Slow To Mature

Instead of twiddling our green thumbs, why not plan ahead to make the best of winter? Planting certain slow-growing crops in the late summer into fall yields harvest as soon as early spring. Overwintering is when gardeners in somewhat mild climates take advantage of a long cold season by growing crops through the winter months, allowing these plants to take the time they need to become fully mature.

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Give These a Grow

Start these overwintering varieties for your fall or winter harvest.

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Comanche Organic

Excellent flavour and flexible harvest window.

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Wa Wa Sai

Use this variety for home-made kimchi.

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Renegade Coated Organic

A bolt resistant hybrid.

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Santee Coated Organic

This productive plant has a glorious, distinctive flavour.

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Early Jersey Wakefield

A much-loved heirloom, perfect for coleslaw.

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Deadon Coated Organic

Start in July to transplant in mid to late August.

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Guide to Overwintering

Check out our blog post for a list of crops best suited for overwintering.

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Let it Sow

See our suggestions for seeds to start this month to harvest in fall and winter.

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