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The Easiest, Most Abundant Edible Plants To Grow In A Garden (Gardening In A Cold Climate) – Image: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRtD-6fWLZY
If you live in predominantly cold regions (Western / Northern Europe, Canada, Northern parts of the USA, et al.), you typically don’t enjoy the luxury of growing crops as you please. You need to be selective about what you grow if you hope to reap a bountiful harvest.
According to Rob Greenfield, your criteria for picking the best plants to grow in a cold-weather garden should include two things – the crops should be abundant and easy to grow. In the video, Rob goes through some of his recommendations, including why he believes these edible plants are prone to thrive in a cold climate.
Here are some examples to consider:
• Potatoes are calorie-dense, nutritious, and they’re viable for months if stored well.
• Pumpkins and winter squashes (zucchinis) have a long shelf-life, they’re easy to grow, and most of their parts are edible, including the skin and seeds. Just find a variety that is best for your environment.
• Beans are a great source of proteins and sustenance. They can be dried and canned or frozen to store any surplus harvest through winter. They are also very abundant — similar to peas.
• Growing carrots is quite easy and they store for several months when done properly. You can also grow beets for their nutritious leaves or tubers. Other root vegetables to consider for your cold-climate-gardening include radishes and turnips.
• Onions are a culinary staple that’s easy to grow and a key ingredient in virtually any dish. Also, consider garlic—though it’s a little more challenging.
• Nutrient-dense greens such as kale, arugula, lettuce, mustard greens, spinach, Swiss chard, and amaranth.
• Basil, oregano, rosemary, cilantro, thyme, and mint, among other herbs.
• Fruits trees such as apples, pears, and plums.
Whether you are a beginner at gardening or you already know your way around a farm, the edible plants discussed in the video are definitely worth a try.
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