Category Archives: Cold Frame

Growing fresh lettuce in the dead of winter! Am I crazy?

Yes, I am but that’s a story for another time. To check out this particular bit of craziness, please click here! The graph at left represents the actual temperatures for the week ending December the 20th, 2009. Note that while … Continue reading

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Now’s the time to plan your spring garden!

Sure, winter is in full spring. As I write this it’s snowing outside and the temperatures are expected to drop into the teens over the next few days. So why even talk about gardening? Well, I’m not actually talking about … Continue reading

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Say Yes to an Early Spring Salad!

Sure, it might be winter outside right now, but before you know it spring will be rushing past! That’s why even in January, I’m making seed purchases and getting ready for a fantastic garden salad harvest that will be ready … Continue reading

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There’s Nothing Like a Homegrown Spring Salad!

My cold frames have continued to produce a bountiful crop of early spring lettuce. Continue reading

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Survival Garden Planning

In the event of a national or global disaster, your backyard garden may be all the lies between you and starvation. Continue reading

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Cold Frames Now Paying Off

The cold frames are now paying off at last. Continue reading

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Get Ready – Get Set….

Seed starting begins now. Hey it’s February already! Continue reading

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