frost-free


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frost-free

(frôst′frē′, frŏst′-)
adj.
Requiring little or no defrosting: a frost-free refrigerator.

frost-free

adj
of a fridge that regularly and automatically defrosts itself
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Dust with sulphur powder to protect against fungal infections and pack in boxes of sharp sand before storing in a frost-free place.
Pot into a larger container, if necessary, and grow in a frost-free greenhouse or windowsill ready for planting out with next year's summer bedding.
But there is a growing demand for high-end, higher capacity frost-free refrigerators now.
TENDER plants like salvias, right, need to be dug up, potted and put in a frost-free conservatory for the winter.
Then you can store them for the winter in a cool, dry, frost-free place.
You can sow them in spring or early autumn but they need to be frost-free and kept moist (but not wet) which is why we use silver sand for germination.
Put them in a bright frost-free place to chit them and plant as soon as the sprouts are 4cm or 5cm long.
com)-- Unlike a regular faucet, the valve chamber of a frost-free hose bib is approximately 60 cm to ensure that when the faucet is off, no water will be close enough to cause damages when it gets cold.
One apparent trend which has emerged in the local market is the growing demand for high-end, higher capacity frost-free refrigerators.
Lift and shake off the soil and hang them in a dry, frost-free place.
You can store them over winter in their same pots, as long as they are kept frost-free and undercover.
They are just beginning to shoot but they are tender so they need to be kept frost-free.