coldframe


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coldframe

A small, unheated, glazed garden structure with hinged or removable top, used to protect plants from the cold.
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Move to a coldframe or unheated greenhouse and keep well watered.
If you only want enough sprouts to see you through Christmas, sow a few seeds in 9cm pots and keep them in a sheltered spot or coldframe.
You can now sow round-seeded varieties of pea such as Feltham First or Meteor under cloches, but in a cold area, start them off in small pots or modular trays in the greenhouse or coldframe.
You can now sow round-seeded varieties of pea such as 'Feltham First' or 'Meteor' under cloches, but if you live in a cold area, start them off in small pots or modular trays in the greenhouse or coldframe.
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If you just want a few plants, sow seed in 9cm pots and keep them outside in a sheltered spot or coldframe, making sure the compost is kept moist but not sodden.
I will then grow them cool in a coldframe and plant out in April for masses of flowers all summer.
A coldframe is a wooden or concrete block frame with heat supplied by solar radiation through glass or other transparent coverings.
I think we should try using them as a back wall/heat sink in a greenhouse or coldframe (yet to be built).
You can also plant many summer-flowering bulbs now, too, but for those that don't like it wet - especially lilies - it's a good idea to start them in pots in a coldframe.
A coldframe is a simple, unheated box that is placed directly on the ground.
Zones 1-2: Move seedlings of warm-season flowers and vegetables to a coldframe or other protected area.