Cold Crops

The first harvest in the garden!

Cold crops are vegetables that are able to tolerate cooler weather and perhaps endure short periods of frost. Cold crops can be planted before the threat of frost has passed, once the soil temperature has reached 4 degrees Celsius or above.

Watch the weather! Our Ontario spring is always unpredictable so keep an eye on the forecast and expect the unexpected so you can quickly cover your crops. Keep row covers or old sheets on hand to cover plants and provide necessary warmth and protection in case temperatures dip too low.

Cold Crops can be grown anywhere, from a sheltered spot by the back door to a raised planter, containers or window boxes. This early harvest is a special treat after our long winter.

Lettuce Bowl, $19.99 lg and $9.99 sm
Kale Bowl, $19.99 lg

Cell Packs, $1.99
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage, Red and White
Collard Greens
Lettuce, Mesclun Red and Green Leaf, Green and Red Romaine, Black Seeded Simpson
Onions, White and Red
Swiss Chard