A greenhouse allows you to plant all year round- This is the most compelling reason why gardening enthusiasts make use of greenhouses. Whether you are a breeder, a farmer, or a hobbyist, you'll love to have the chance to enjoy gardening 24/7. Unfortunately, the fact is that you can't do exactly that on a lot of places in the world. A greenhouse provides you with the opportunity to grow your plants indoors while weather conditions outside are less than ideal. With the ability to change up conditions inside the greenhouse, you can grow particular plants there in any part of the year.
Raised Bed Gardening
If you're looking for something space efficient but can produce high yields, raised bed gardening would be the best option for you to try. Besides being efficient when it comes to space, it also solves a number of other issues such as dealing with difficult soil as well as your garden's accessibility.
Raised bed gardens are basically made up of mounded soil that's surrounded by a frame to make sure it doesn't fall apart. They are usually at least 3 to 4 inches above the ground itself and each "bed" is typically separated by a pathway. Plants would cover the entire surface of these beds and the paths would provide the gardener with ample space to work in, making sure that they don't end up stepping on the soil in the process. A raised bed can be 3 to 5 feet across and the length can vary depending on the need. You'll be able to grow a wide variety of crops vegetables on it as well as herbs. Perennial and annual flowers also thrive in this type of gardening along with roses, shrubs and even berry bushes.
Regardless of whether your region's winters are a perpetual chill or pleasantly moderate, gardening can have a lot of difficulties, but it also provides opportunities. Whether you are planning for your summer or spring planting, looking to grow fresh herbs and vegetables, or simply want to keep your favorite plants alive during the colder months, winter gardening provides a lot more options that you probably ever realized. There really is no reason for you not to keep your thumb green throughout the entire year.