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May 12, 2010


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Very cool, I too dream of a cold frame, but will be lucky to get a second rased bed this year.

With forty tomato seedlings to harden off the job would be much easier than ferrying them back and forth.

Janice Miller-Young

40!  That IS a  lot of work!  You definitely need a cold frame or something!  Im planting my tomatoes out this week-end because the temperatures are so warm and the sooner they get settled the better.  Ive got KozyCoats and they work well for a few degrees of frost so the plants should be safe from now on.  I, too, and getting tired of ferrying plants!  Starting so many seeds in March seemed like a good idea at the time, right?

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La ringrazio molto per questa informazione ... è stato molto utile per me .. grazie!



If you're interested, we are about half way through building a hoop style greenhouse that has re-bar on one side, and is attached to the fence on the other. http://www.albertahomegardening.com/how-to-build-an-inexpensive-hoop-style-greenhouse/ Way way easier in my opinion, and you can put it up over your existing garden plot.

I was looking for recommendations on what to plan inside and where. If you have thoughts I would love to hear, as I only have experience gardening in tropical locals.

Janice Miller-Young

Hi Elena,

Thanks for the link!  I like this idea too.  I plan on going smaller scale by putting hoops over my raised beds.... but maybe next year.  I have lots of projects going on at the moment and wont get to this in time this year!
You definitely need to grow tomatoes in there since they do so much better with the extra heat.
Good luck with your greenhouse,

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