Grow house for any vegetables. The cold frame makes it possible to start growing flowers and/or plants early in the year. Uv resistant polycarbonate sheets allow you to fill an area with natural daylight without the danger of harmful uv rays; 99% of light passes through. Flat packed with all assembly instructions. Very simple, it takes about 5 minutes.There's plenty you can do in your garden (in cold frames, that is), even if frost is still in the air. Here's an answer to the question what vegetables can be started in cold frames, as well as tips to successfully grow them.
Sow continuously every 2 weeks for a continuous harvest. We love growing radishes because they're as close as you can get to instant gratification in a garden. They're ready to harvest in about 30 days.We like to grow carrots on the farm for ourselves and the rabbits. Luckily, they're a great crop to start early. Kale is an incredibly resilient plant and thrives in colder temperatures. Beets are perfect to start in a cold frame. Spinach does not transplant easily, so direct sowing in a cold frame is best. Spinach needs 6 weeks of cool weather to grow to harvest size properly, so as soon as the soil is workable, sow spinach in a cold frame. This robust crop can easily withstand freezes and frosts, making them perfect for a cold frame. You can grow onions from seeds or sets; starting with sets is a bit easier. When planting onions, it's important to remember that they need full sun in order to grow healthy, so make sure your cold frame is in a sunny location. This crop is quite cold-hardy and can be started in a cold frame 2-3 weeks before the last spring frost date.
Turnips are a fairly easy crop to grow in a cold frame. These green treats resemble giant scallions. We love parsnips on our farm, and they're great in soups and stews.This item is made of wood.