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Winter in My Wisconsin Garden

By goldfinch4
February 15, 2015

One thing is certain about winter in Wisconsin – it’ll never be the same two years in a row.

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Name: Shelley Munger
Milwaukee, WI (Zone 6a)
Just moved From TX to WI - I need p
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shelleymunger
Feb 21, 2015 9:51 AM CST
I moved to Wis. this winter from Texas. While I missed that perfect days in Houston, I kind of like the quiet, gleaming snow. I have a question, with only 5 months of green, can you put seeds right in the ground or do you need to seeded it indoor?
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Shelley
Name: Chris
Ripon, Wisconsin
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goldfinch4
Feb 21, 2015 10:19 AM CST
First, welcome to Wisconsin! That's quite a change of climate!

Most seeds can be planted right in the ground. In our area we usually try to plant most things by Mothers Day (mid-May), or Memorial Day at the latest. Tomatoes and peppers are always started indoors. Anything in particular you're wondering about growing?
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