Bring the garden indoors
One of the easiest ways to keep gardening in the winter is to bring the garden inside.
Garden Design reported growing bulbs such as amaryllis and paperwhite narcissus can allow you to get your hands dirty and brighten up your home. If it’s too late to buy them, you can cut budded branches of crabapple and witch hazel and take them indoors to flower.
You may enjoy having a lovely flowerbed outside your home, but there’s nothing wrong with giving produce a try.
Root vegetables such as garlic and radishes do well in the winter along with kale and cauliflower, according to Martha Stewart. Just be sure to pay attention to when you plant them to ensure they flourish.