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So who here is having luck growing year round in zones 3-5? How are you going about it? Are you able to grow things aside from the standard winter fare (kale/spinach/arugula/etc.)? I am super interested to see peoples set ups. I have some ideas of my own but I'd love to see/hear what everyone is doing.
 
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Patrick Edwards wrote:So who here is having luck growing year round in zones 3-5? How are you going about it? Are you able to grow things aside from the standard winter fare (kale/spinach/arugula/etc.)? I am super interested to see peoples set ups. I have some ideas of my own but I'd love to see/hear what everyone is doing.



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