One of the things about Ohio that makes it challenging to grow vegetables is the cold weather season. Tomatoes, sugar snap peas and green beans come at you in bunches and then they are gone to be daydreamed about in winter.
There are however a few things you can do, and a few things you can grow if you use some tips and tricks of the trade. I shot this video on January 4th in a light snow, about 20 degrees outside.
Want to learn how to do this in your yard? It is super easy and inexpensive. I will be holding monthly backyard gardening classes in Hocking County starting in April. Watch this site for further information on the “Seed To Storage” program here at OSU Extension