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21 Gardening Projects To Get You Through Winter

Don't let your green thumb frost over.

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3. Learn how to craft with dried seeds and flowers.

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Grab some past-their-prime stalks from your garden, or find some fresh blooms at the grocery story or florist. Find some inspiration and tips here.

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4. Grow fresh ginger indoors.

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Ginger is perfect for indoor gardening: It’s super low-maintenance, doesn't need much sun, and can be used for eating a little bit at a time. Learn everything from planting to harvesting here.

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10. Enjoy fresh herbs all winter with these self-watering glass planters.

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The big jars serve as a water reservoir, and there's a string that draws the water up

through the neck of the wine bottle, like an artificial root. Oregano, rosemary, and thyme are a few herbs that actually thrive indoors.

Find out how to make 'em here.

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14. And learn how to soak your beans, seeds and grains so they sprout. 🌱🌱🌱

Check out this guide to making your seedlings work for you.

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21. Or if you just can't wait, you can always force some bulbs.

Paperwhite Narcissus and Amaryllis are some popular bulbs to force this time of year. Get a more in-depth guide here.