Season extender.

How to Build a Cold Frame For Winter Gardening (With Plans!) - Your plant-growing season can start long before warm weather hits -- all it takes is a wooden cold frame box with a transparent roof. Here's how to build one of these mini-greenhouses yourself.

Upcycled Cold Frame Made From Old Doors, Windows and Pallets


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This is a space saver when growing beans. Above is a small space version of the bean tee pee. Your poles can be wood or bamboo. You want to use 5-6 poles that are at least 6 -7 feet tall. Make a tee pee out of them and tie them at the top. Then you will need to make notches with a knife where you will tie the string. If not the rope will slip down. You can plant a bean plant on each side of the poles (2 between each pole). When they start to grow help guide them and then the bean plant shoul...

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Pallets as seed starters - fill with plastic pots soil, use some bricks to raise the glass covers a old slider door or some sort of window on top.

Atelier Stella. little succulent pot by Stella Baggott, happy face pottery

Topsy-turvy herbs!

Perfect way to start seeds

Itty Bitty Green House

Start Perennials the Easy Way How would you like to save money on plants? Start perennials from seed with this easy method: Plant your seeds in a milk jug, set it outside and let Mother Nature do the rest.

Build an Amish Cold Frame

How to Build a Removable Cold Frame on top of your raised veg beds...

Use rope lights to create a heat mat for seed-starting.

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14 ways to extend your gardening season

Cold Frames!

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