What is cold frame gardening

What is cold frame gardening

What is cold frame gardening?

Alice Whitehead (@allotmentalice) de-mystifies what is cold frame gardening and how to do it.

Cold frames are essentially mini greenhouses and they’re called cold frames because they’re not heated.  Cold frames have many great uses from enabling you to extend the growing season through to hardening off plants and much more. In fact, Alice’s video shows you five reasons why cold frame gardening is an extremely versatile and inexpensive gardening technique.

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Thanks Alice! We’re looking forward to seeing more ‘How to Garden‘ videos from your very productive allotment.

Alice Whitehead is a third generation allotmenteer that likes to grow, eat and get muddy – then write about it! She has two urban allotment plots, an award-winning school garden club and a green-fingered nine year old son to help. 

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