Outdoor coldframe+2

Published on July 31st, 2009 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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DIY hacked cold frame for the garden





Lorene presents us with her “urban hillybilly chic” hack – a cold frame to protect your vegetable patch from chilly weather. Anyways, if you’re one with a green thumb, better start scoring some cheap Gorm shelving from the as-is. You’ll probably be wishing you did in … er … Jan?

She says, “Cold frames are devices to protect your tender vegetables from wet, chilly weather. They are a god send in cool climates when you’re itching to plant and Mother Nature thinks winter is not quite over yet.”

See her instructions for the DIY cold frame for the garden.

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One Response to DIY hacked cold frame for the garden

  1. leocat says:

    Wow, I never thought I’d ever come across the English word for “Frühbeet”. Cold Frame! Whooha!
    I’m suprised by this blog again… :-D

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