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

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

cold frame -- Ah-ha! THIS would work perfectly in my long, narrow, bowling alley garden that lives up against a fence.

*Greenhouse Boxes...from old windows & wood. Fun and cinchy. would also work with an old door to hang pots or whatever... i like!

Alaska-style coldframe Get an early start on your plantings with an Alaskan-style coldframe. This one is built with pressure-treated 2-by-4s and fiberglass sheeting. Pulley-drawn cords make it easier to open for ventilation

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

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

Cold frames for fall use. Cold frames are a simple way to extend the growing season. They are basically a box with a covering to let light and heat in during the fall and winter months. It functions as a miniature greenhouse to extend the growing season. The length and width of the box can be adapted to any glass source and garden size, so it might make sense to find your top first and then cut lumber to accommodate the size of the light.

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

another great cold frame garden design idea I like the the way the cover is designed on this... a super way to grow veges during the WINTER.

Greenhouse - of course I find this just after getting rid of a bunch of old windows..must find more!