WANT TO GROW YOUR OWN?Here a list of 3 easy to grow winter vegetables.
Don’t worry you don’t need a garden – these work well in window boxes and containers.
Keep 1 or 2 cloves of garlic (better if organic) next time you are cooking your soup. Plant them in a pot with compost at twice the depth of their size and leave them outside. They enjoy some cold weather and you can start using some of their leaves to garnishing your plates early next year.
This bright yellow or orange flower is not just one of the fastest and easiest seeds to grow, it is also edible! You can add some bright petal of Calendula to your salad any time you want to, as it is flowering for most of the year.
Some varieties of lettuce, such as Mizuna, Lamb lettuce, or Rocket if cultivated in cold weather keep a mild flavour and are easy to use as baby leaves in salad mix.