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5 Factors to Consider When Choosing Greenhouse Lighting

Disclaimer: I did receive the grow lights talked about in this post for free or at a reduced price in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. Greenhouses are a sanctuary where people and plants spend time, so knowing what to look for when choosing greenhouse lighting is important. If you are in …

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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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Plant Bulbs In January: Get A Head Start On Cut Flower Production

Plant bulbs in January to get a head start on growing gorgeous flowers for cut flower production. Inside of a heated greenhouse, triteleria, anemone, iris and crocosmia should be planted for early spring bloom. The secret to local success as a cut flower grower is to beat out your competition by having gorgeous cut flower …

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