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Using the side of a building for cold frames. Microclimate genius!

Love this cold frame to plant my vegi's & herbs, we will try building next year.

I'd like to use salvaged windows built up to give the plants room to grow, such as using windows on the sides that have been cut down to size (separating rows of panes).

(Pretty, sort of antique looking--and with all our old windows could build alng the baack south crawl space wall--its about 4-5 feet tall!) Green Greenhouse-A smart little greenhouse made ​​from old windows are easily set up to house wall. Here seedlings grow large before they are planted out. Old windows and doors are found at flea markets and recycling stations

Presto! A cold frame! My fella and I just did this a few weeks ago- so easy and smart (and cheap if you already have some old windows laying around)

How To Build Cold Frames From Recycled Windows

Cold frames, looks like w/ corrugated polycarbonate panels instead of glass

DIY Cold Frame ... Salvaged windows make a practical frame to raise plants in cold winter months. With a little DIY-ingenuity, use reclaimed wood to complete the sides and keep your costs down & keep your garden growing. Learn to make a simple cold frame @ www.bhg.com/... | The Micro Gardener

If the cold frame lids were removable this would be an excellent season-extender

Cold frames. DIY cold frames for your garden. It's that time of the year again!

Coldframes. Start gardening earlier and keep on growing later in the season with a simple soil warmer you can build yourself.

A simple cold frame keeps seedlings warm when the garden is frozen. The baby lettuces will love you for it.