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What to Grow in Winter?

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Some of the plants that can be growing during the winter period include kale, carrots, radish, lettuce and Swiss chard. These plants are not susceptible to frost, and whatever the choice of winter crops, they will often need more water than usual. Tropical fruits can also be grown in winter but additional heating may be necessary.
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