What can I grow in a greenhouse during the winter NZ?

What can I grow in a greenhouse during the winter NZ?

Plant broccoli, cauliflower or cabbage for late spring harvest. Plant bok choy or kale for late winter harvest. Direct or tray sow rocket, mesclun, miners lettuce, corn salad, spinach, raddichio, sno-peas, peas and broadbeans for spring/ summer harvest. Direct sow parsnip, radish, kohlrabi, swede or turnips.

Is Greenhouse better than outdoor?

Greenhouses are a good middle-ground between the best of indoor and outdoor growing. The costs associated with greenhouse growing is cheaper than indoors and produce more consistent quality than outdoor grows.

Why do plants grow faster in a greenhouse than outside?

Warmth and humidity promote plant growth. Plants need moisture, warmth and light to grow. A greenhouse stabilises the growing environment by buffering the ambient temperature and protecting the plants from extreme cold.

Can you grow vegetables in a greenhouse year round?

While you can't grow all vegetables in a greenhouse 12 months of the year, you can plant cool-weather vegetables and let them grow through the worst of the winter weather with a simple heating system installed.

Why farmers grow plants in a greenhouse?

By growing fruits and vegetable crops inside large greenhouses, the growth of the fruits and crops is enhanced because more sunlight is exposed to the plants because the amount of the Greenhouse Gas (Co2) is more than normal and it doesn't leave the greenhouse.