Winter weather can be a challenge to any gardener. Rain can be a major problem, but so can wind, snow and ice. It might be tempting to stay indoors and let the garden look after itself. But what about all the vegetables that are growing out there? If you took the time to sow leeks, sprouts, broccoli, kale and cabbage - if you planted them out, fed them and kept them free of pests - then there is no point abandoning them once the weather turns bad. Get out of the armchair and take a look around. A bit of attention now might keep the garden cropping well through the wintry weeks ahead.
If it's wet, wet, wet!
• Raise up the beds. Some parts of my garden are wetter
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