Winter yields crops of delicious vegetables that cost less than those in the supermarket. However, you must plant accordingly to avoid the freezing points that will ruin your garden. If you have a late maturing crop, it’ll take roughly 90 days to grow; a mid season crop would take 60; and an early maturing crop would take 30 days.
Cauliflower- May be grown and harvested all year, however is best in the fall through spring months
Sprouting Broccoli- Can be grown year round, but like most calciferous vegetables, it tastes best in cool weather
Parsnips- They look like a white carrot and have a nutty taste
Celery- It’s best in the fall with harvest continuing through winter and the warmer weather
Brussels Sprouts- They grow on a stalk and will last longer compared to when the stalk is cut