Hardy Vegetables

JCTsai(8B - Jacksonville, FL)December 8, 2013

Which hardy Asian vegetables are you growing in the winter? Share your experience. Thanks

I still have Sher Li Hon, some pak choy, Gai lan, Tung Ho, radish, Yu choy, Napa, Chinese Chives in the garden, some may not survive the hard freeze.

http://www.hortmag.com/plants/fruits-veggies/hardy_vegetables

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robert_1943

Hi, I live in Brisbane Australia and I think our weather is similar to yours in Florida, we live in a sub tropical zone, and we grow Chinese vegetables all year long , including tomatos etc. I used to live in a southern state with cold winters and had all sorts of problems growing out of season. I have very good success with hydroponically grown Chinese vegetables even out side covered from heavy rain etc under our roof eaves,

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