8 Cold-Hardy Winter Vegetables
These crops thrive in the cold and will reward you with healthy, garden fresh food all winter.
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Arugula is at its best in cold weather. Try growing it in cool weather for a milder crop.
Brussels sprouts are the most cold hardy of the cabbage family.
Endive is a great addition to a winter salad. Plant plenty this fall.