DIY Hoop Greenhouse
Greenhouses are a great way to extend your vegetable growing season in a cold climate. Building your own can help you save a lot of money as well as allowing you to customize the size to suit your needs. This greenhouse is built for starting seedlings, technically known as a propagation house. But what is great about it is that it’s made from PVC and wood, which are materials that are cheap and easy to find. Even though it’s made from simple and inexpensive materials, it can grow a wide…
Fall/Winter Gardening - Who's Doing It? | Peak Prosperity
Cat and I finished another round of our fall/winter planting this past weekend. Mustard, broccoli, cabbages, about 87 kinds of lettuce, radishes, beets (I think), carrots and probably some other things. We're fortunate because our little bubble of SE Virginia is a Zone 9a/9b and we can have an outdoor garden just about year round. This is our first shot at a fall/winter planting - we used numerous seasonal guides for this part of Virginia, so we're pretty sure we did it close to correct.
Теплица с грунтовым аккумулятором тепла
Живем мы в Пермском крае, это не то чтобы Сибирь, и не совсем Урал, но рядом. И погода соответствующая - лето короткое, заморозки весной и осенью это «короткое» делают совсем уж небольшим. Посему, у нас каждый уважающий себя огородник имеет в хозяйстве теплицу и часто не одну.Растят в основном
How to Build a Cold Frame - FineGardening
Learn how to build a cold frame in this slideshow based on the article "How to Build a Cold Frame" by Rob Wotzak, which was featured in Fine Gardening issue 136. A cold frame can be used during the winter to keep the worst of the cold off of your plants while allowing sunshine in to help them grow.
Easy DIY Hinged HOOPHOUSE for Raised Bed
This is my take at a hinged hoophouse for my raised bed. I am really happy with the way it turned out! It's a simple and cheap build that gives your raised bed the little extra. Check out the video above to learn how to build your own. Don't be scared. I'll talk you through it. First I started off with the raised bed I made last year for my peppers. The box is about four meters long and one meter wide. It's made with 1.5" by 8" untreated wood. I started off by making the L-bracke…