This is the Garden Cold Frames category of information.
This woodworkers list of free woodworking plans and projects features a collection of cold frames for your garden, in different designs that any beginner to moderately skilled do-it-yourselfer can build. The woodworking information found on these sites range in quantity and quality. Please contact individual web sites if you have questions about those woodworking projects.
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Cold Frame Get a head start on the growing season with our unique cold frame.
Cold Frame Now is a good time to think about growing seedlings, and a great place to grow them is in a cold frame. Cold frames are easy to build and they help ease new plants into unpredictable spring weather.
Cold Frame Cold frames are a great way to get a start on the spring planting season. This cold frame is very simple to build and should last a long time. It is 2 X 4 ft and made mostly of cedar. There are some modifications that were made at the end of the project you may want to check out first.
Cold Frame PDF 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.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Univ. of North Dakota | Fix Link?
Cold Frames Simple project to protect tender plants in winter. Used to protect tender plants or rooted cuttings during the colder months, a cold frame is simply a box with a transparent lid or cover. It acts as a passive solar energy collector and reservoir. During the day, the sun’s rays heat the air and soil in the frame; at night, the heat absorbed by the soil radiates out, keeping the plants warm
Greenhouse with a Cold Frame You can sow the seeds for your vegetable garden early in the season inside this greenhouse. You can then harden the seedlings by moving them to the attached cold frame, before planting them outdoors.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Popular Mechanics | Fix Link?
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