Gardening tips: Technique that will keep you growing greens all winter

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Winter is here, but that doesn't mean you have to put your green thumb into hibernation. Kirsten Sweet, senior editor of "Birds and Blooms" joins FOX6 WakeUp with the ins and outs of windowsill gardening.


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  • Sam Gibson

    Trisha, I had no idea you could grow so many green things in the winter. I would imagine that large commercial or industrial farms would have a tougher time. The large irrigation systems could possible freeze. However, modern technology, especially in irrigation, could probably work even in freezing environments. For small personal gardens, these tips are great.

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