The template talks about winter gardens, which can be defined as a garden maintained during winter season for growing food crops and ornamental flowers that bloom during winter.
This concept originated during the 17th century, when Europeans who were affluent would maintain winter gardens at their places as an extension of their own living space. These were constructed as large houses with big windows and glass roofs in a Victorian style. In the present day winter garden, vegetables grown are specific breeds of broccoli and cabbage, beets, carrots, kale, brussel sprouts, shallots, garlic and asparagus. This free nature PowerPoint template features the design of a barren winter garden pre growth, with some bushes and plants in a snowy white landscape. The PowerPoint can be used by food bloggers and gardening websites on the types of vegetables and fruits that can be grown during winter with useful tips on harvesting techniques and pictures. Community gardening members can use the template for presenting at schools about sustainable growth of vegetable patches in schools.
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