The chill of winter is upon us but that doesn’t mean we have to put gardening on the back burner!
There are plenty of winter plants that can survive the cold weather to keep us going throughout the winter months. The warm air that the spring and summer brings no longer exists and we now must bundle up to head outdoors, however we can keep our gardening efforts going by planting the following hardy plants.
Whether you’re looking to add some color to your garden to make up for the cold, dreary days of winter, or you want to maintain your vegetable garden in the winter, here are some flowers and vegetables that are able to withstand the frost of winter.
What To Plant in Winter
- Brussel Sprouts
- Collard Greens
- Winter Jasmine
- Witch Hazel
- Lenten Rose
- Winter Aconite
- Holly Bushes
Take a look at the thousands of suppliers here on Garden Savvy to find the best winter flowers or vegetables for your garden. The experts working at these garden nurseries are always willing to help customers find what they need!
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