Cold frame greenhouses are the simplest and most common types of greenhouses. These simple structures can range form large to small, and are heated solely by the sun’s rays. Temperature control is obtained by opening vented tops, or placing shade cloths to protect the plants inside from the sun’s heat. This additional heat can extend the growing season, help you get ahead start on spring, harden off seedlings, or protect delicate plants.
Spring is in sight, and your greenhouse cold frame plants will soon be moving into the unrestricted atmosphere of the outdoor garden space. But, transferring these hardy winter survivors can be a delicate procedure. Here are some tips to help you transfer your cold frame plants from the greenhouse to the outdoors successfully.
Any gardener serious about his or her soil has surely dreamt of walking past the windows of their own greenhouse; a cozy, protected garden where they can tend to their tiny buds and delicate blooms, regardless of the weather on the opposite side of the greenhouse.