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6 Colorful Cold-Weather Veggies to Grow in Your Fall Garden

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Curious about the best winter vegetables to grow in your own garden? Sure, gardening in the summer may be more common, but as it turns out, there are plenty of veggie varieties that not only grow but thrive in cooler weather. And since sticking to a healthy meal plan requires delicious meals filled with plenty of fresh produce, why not save some money and grow your own?

Even though it will take a few months for your garden to bloom, it’ll erupt into a colorful rainbow of deliciousness when it does. Plus, just think how rewarding it will be to serve your very own home-grown vegetables in a meal. Some foods just taste better when you grow them yourself, you know?

Keep scrolling to learn more about the best winter begetables to grow in your garden so you can enjoy all their amazing health benefits.

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