If you do want to switch out your garden’s produce, you have a ton of options. There are many frost-tolerant plants that can survive in cold weather. Start now, and you’ll have more than enough time to get your garden ready for a winter bloom!
First, clear out your soil, remove the weeds, and cut down dead plants. Next, you’ll want to cultivate your plants until they’re developed and strong enough to withstand the frost.
Some vegetables are perfect for the winter season. You can grow lettuce, peas, broccoli, spinach, onions, and potatoes. Indoor herbs in small pots (think oregano, thyme, and garlic) will keep your kitchen stocked for the months to come. Strawberries are also a great cold-weather crop to consider.
Prepare tomato or capsicum seedlings in small pots. You may not be able to plant them just yet, but if you do this at the start of winter, they’ll be ready in time for spring.