Any suggestions for what to grow in the winter in a green house?

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Like any new allotmenteerer (still to perfect that word) you want to grow something now, and feel by the time you get to February / March again, you may have run out of steam.

Of all the differing things I have noticed, Aubergines were saying they could be started in January, but when I delved further, found they needed a heated greenhouse.

Is there anything else which I could be growing over winter in the green house?

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In usually sow Winter hardy lettuces,  as well as rocket, pak choi, mizuna, lambís lettuce and spinach, at the end of September, beginning of October for winter salads and stir-fries. All worth a try now though, Id have thought - as we rarely seem to get the freezing cold before year end, like we used to.
From February I  fill any gaps with early lettuce, more spinach, early peas and mangetout in the g/h border  - but the peas do tend to get in the way if you only have a small greenhouse  :lol:
Remember from March there will lots of trays and pots full of germinating veg and space will be tight.
Lesley x
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