Overwintering Plants
To keep crops growing into the colder months, a process called overwintering needs to take place. This involves keeping the plants in a warm greenhouse, mulching the roots (if underground), or taking the plant inside your house or garage. 

Different plants require different overwintering temperatures. Some plants, like tender herbs, need a warmer atmosphere than cold-hardy plants, like beets or cabbage, and are best kept indoors over winter. For those cold-hardy vegetables, a greenhouse or cold frame may be all you need, depending on your location!

Seattle is considered by the USDA to be in zone 8 or 8b. This means we are able to grow a variety of plants all year round!

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