8 Snow-Hardy Vegetables You (Really) Can Grow During Winter - Winter will be here soon, so it's time to start thinking about what vegetables you can grow easily in your survival garden that can make it through the harsh weather. Image by pxleyes.com
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Hosta plantaginea. Clump Size: (L) 48"x25". Leaf Size: 12"x11". Smooth and shiny, medium green leaves with prominent veins, cascading to form a nice mound. Very fragrant, 6" long, pure white flowers bloom in August.Needs a fair amount of heat and sunlight to bloom. Plant the crowns about 2" below the soil and apply a winter mulch. Keep them well watered in the summer. Part sun to full shade. Humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil. Zones: 2 - 9