Winter greenhouses are perfect for growing winter spinach. Spinach loves the cool growing temperatures, and winter greenhouses are the ideal place to grow spinach.
Several varieties of spinach do better in the winter greenhouse than others. I will share those varieties and four secrets for getting them through the coldest nights.
At The Grow Network, we are committed to helping you grow food year-round, and a greenhouse is an excellent way to accomplish this. Learn from our friend Lynn at The Living Farm as she walks you through growing spinach this winter!
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Lynn Gillespie is the creator of the High-Performance Greenhouse eCourse and Greenhouse adviser for The Grow Network. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, The Living Farm has been growing successful winter gardens in five greenhouses for years.
Lynn Gillespie is an organic farmer in Paonia, Colorado. Her family is the third generation to live at The Living Farm, a 132-acre organic farm that grows organic produce, teaches educational courses, raises sheep for handmade wool items, livestock, a 30+ member CSA, and a farmer’s market. In addition, she is the creator of the High-Performance Garden Show, Abundance Garden eCourse and a gardening expert advisor with The Grow Network.