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Plow and Hose: That’s pretty rad

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While some plants are effectively in hibernation during the winter, radishes stay active during the cold season.

December is a quiet time in our Central Texas backyard gardens.Most plants and trees are slowly going dormant for the winter. Due to the reduction in daylight, fall and winter planted crops grow more slowly, but it’s still a great time of year for leafy greens like spinach, lettuce, kale, collards and mustard greens. If you are looking for a little more variety out in your vegetable beds, it’s a super time of the year for planting radishes.We can grow radishes seven months of the year, making them one of the hardiest of the backyard garden vegetables for our part of Central ...

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