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Greenhouse And Cold Frame Garden Structure Ideas

Tunnel house, greenhouse and cold frame garden structures are all great choices growing plants in the winter, but what, exactly is the difference between the three of them? Technically they do the exact same job which is protect plants from the cold weather outside during the winter months. However each one has a slightly different …

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Save Money! Harvest Free Vegetables Year-Round In Any Climate!

Yes, you can harvest free vegetables year-round in any climate! Getting a head start on the vegetable garden can be tricky if you wait until January because of frozen ground. It seems this time of year if the ground is not frozen it is wet. Neither condition is conducive to tilling, seeding or planting. There …

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Jump Start The Spring Garden With Winter Sown Vegetables

Winter sown vegetables not only let you get a head start on the spring garden, but they also are tender and taste sweeter than vegetables grown during the typical garden season. This is because cooler weather tends to bring out the sweetness in many vegetables such as carrots. Lettuce grown during the cool months melts …

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Vegetables to Plant in January: Garden Tips for Year-Round Growing

There are a number of vegetables to plant in January and by planting early you get a  head start on growing early spring vegetables. Planting cool weather crops in January means you will need cold frames and row covers if you live in a cold climate unless you plan to start seeds indoors. Here in Indiana …

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Outsmart Frost in Spring Vegetable Gardens

Before planting the vegetable garden, it is a good idea to make a plan on paper then prepare cold frames or tunnel houses to protect the crops from unexpected frost in spring. Planning a vegetable garden on paper is something many gardeners do, but they often forget about planning an early spring vegetable garden. Planning the …

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When to Plant in Spring: Early Season Garden Tips

Knowing when to plant in spring is half the battle of successful gardening. Gardeners who plant too early end up with dead or damaged crops while gardeners who plant too late wait longer to get harvests. The general rule of thumb is to plant after the last frost in your area. Timing is important and …

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