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DIY: How to build & use this cold frame for a 12-month growing season. Instructions by Eliot Coleman. Photo: Ruth Lively.

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Jersey Knight Giant Asparagus Huge crops! This productive variety will give you impressive yields each and every year. Its extra large, uniform, tender spears are good for fresh eating, cooking or making salads. Cold-hardy and heat-tolerant. Harvest from early April through mid May. Self-pollinating. Pkg. of 10.

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Lettuce, Winter Density

Winter Density Lettuce. Bred in England. Large dark green curled leaves form upright 8-10" heads. Sweet, crisp, and succulent. Slow to bolt in summer heat yet also cold tolerant.

Straw Bale Gardening, great in all climates from the Arctic to the Caribbean islands!

Straw Bale & Glass Cold Frame - To keep growing in winter weather, consider this low cost clever idea. Insulate your garden with straw or hay bales & cover with glass (in this case old sliding doors) to retain heat. Some ventilation during warmer days would be necessary. Also a pest + animal deterrent. Caution around kids though! | The Micro Gardener

How to build build a simple cold frame from few cheap or recycled materials. An easy cold frame design for the green gardener.