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Inspiration: cold frames south of greenhouse with interchangeable glass for starting and screens for protecting.

TreeHuggerfrom TreeHugger

Build a $300 underground greenhouse for year-round gardening (Video)

Walipini - underground greenhouse for vegetation all year round, recommended in cold climates

Roll down hoop house style cold frames make it quick and easy work to protect your plants from the cold at a moment's notice.

Become self-reliant! Instead of spending lots of money on pesticide laden, genetically modified veggies you can grow your own. The taste (and nutrition) of home grown food is far superior to the grocery store variety and your cost is almost free.

The Independentfrom The Independent

Urban growth: A gardening guru is getting children hooked on the joys

Urban growth: A gardening guru is getting children hooked on the joys of growing fruit and vegetables

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Vegetables That Grow Well in Shade

How to Fertilize Vegetable Gardens Without Chemicals check out the pavers between plants...

Empress of Dirtfrom Empress of Dirt

Start Your Fall Veggie Garden Now

Cold weather veggies you can grow in the fall and winter - empressofdirt.net 1. Fall Vegetable Growing 101. Step-by-step directions for getting your fall (or winter) veggie garden started. How To Grow Vegetables In The Winter Showing how I grow a variety of veggies in the snow. Here’s a list of some of the veggies that do well in a cold climate:

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Des serres de jardin en matériaux de récup’

Cold frame from recycled bricks & windows

the world's most perfect fertilizer + pesticide is epsom salt. This is so true- every other week- 1 gallon of water, 1 TBSP of miracle grow and 3 TBSP of epsom salt- I promise a great garden all season.

My Garden Log Blogfrom My Garden Log Blog

DIY Raised Bed Cold Frames

DIY Raised bed cold frames -- only I'd like the whole thing raised up to waist height...only would that make it freeze worse? Probably.

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Vertical gardens appeal to urban green thumbs

Vertical Growing vegetables

A raised garden bed with a green house cover! It can extend your growing season...never seen this set up before! Um yes!

How-To: Thirty vegetables that tolerate cold – arugula, beet greens, broccoli raab, carrots, chard, chicory, claytonia, collards, dandelion, endive, escarole, garlic greens, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, lettuce, mâche, minutina, mizuna, mustard greens, pak choi, parsley, radicchio, radish, scallions, sorrel, spinach, tatsoi, turnips, and watercress.