Rather then wait for the new season- to begin growing again- consider a cold frame greenhouse. Most greenhouse name brands offer a fine selection of cold frames for those who want to continue gardening into the winter. There are a few things to take into account before buying your first cold frame greenhouse.
Cold frames come in several styles and most can viewed through online vendors. For a good warrantee (12 years!) check out Juliana greenhouses. But don’t be afraid to shop around, (though we recommend sticking to name brands for quality) there is a lot of healthy competition out there, and that is in your favor.
If you’re concerned you might not want to greenhouse garden year-round there are collapsible, portable, cold frames available which can be easily stored under a bed or in a closet when not in use. Naturally, a cold frame greenhouse isn't best for large-scale growing operations. Also, a cold frame green house doesn't expand as easily as its full-sized companions, so it's often best to err by buying a cold frame that's too large.