Frost pockets

Temperature is another important consideration when it comes to choosing a site for your crops. Some gardens have frost pockets, which are low-lying areas, where cold air gets trapped on still winter nights, increasing the likelihood of frosts. Check your garden after a hard frost to see if there’s a patch that is still white when everywhere else has thawed. Planting in such a cold spot will lead to frost damage and slow growth, and should be avoided.

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