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Plant Hardier Vegetables in Cooler Climates
For gardeners living in cooler climes, try planting green vegetables, which tend to be hardier and more resistant to cold weather. Broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, peas, and spinach are all resistant to chilly temperatures and great veggies for your garden.
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