Long Keeping Fruits and Veggies
Apples- Store in a cold but not freezing room, eat the biggest first because they go bad faster and don't store near other fruits and veggies because they let of a gas that causes them to go bad.
Beets- These can last for months in the fridge or a very cold room. Cut off the greens before storage.
Cabbage- I love cabbage and it lasts up to two months in the fridge.
Carrots- These can be stored in a variety of ways and last for months
Garlic- This will keep for months in a moderately warm environment like a dark cubbord
Onions - These will keep up to a year in a 30-50 degree dark area. Sweet onions like Walla Walla sweets will not keep half so long
Potatoes - These can easily last all winter if stored properly. 40 degrees is the perfect temperature with high humidity, so a cellar or basement is a good spot. Keep them out of the light and do not store them near apples which make them sprout.
Winter Radish - Store as you would carrots with the greens removed
Winter Squash - There are so many varieties and uses for winter squash and they will last all winter if stored right. They like a temp around 60 with lots of air circulation. So a nice airy cupboard works well. Don't let them touch!
Rutabagas - store on a bottom shelf in your fridge wrapped in plastic.