Tag Archive: Frame

Feb 05 2022

The Benefits of Cold Frame Gardening

Cold Frame Gardening Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. The idea of cold frame gardening is not new. Like a greenhouse, a cold frame is a means to trap heat in and create …

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Dec 29 2021

How To Build A Cold Frame For All Year Round Garden Use

How To Build A Cold Frame For  All Year Round Garden Use Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our  PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. You might think that the growing season has a finite beginning and end: the last …

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Sep 06 2021

How To Build A Cold Frame Using Old Windows

How To Build A Cold Frame Using Old Windows Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. A cold frame is simply an enclosed area with a clear top to let in sunlight. This is …

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Aug 20 2021

Garden Inspiration: Build an Amish Cold Frame

Garden Inspiration: Build an Amish Cold Frame Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at Amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. You might think that the growing season has a finite beginning and end: the last frost in spring and …

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Aug 03 2021

A Two-Story A-Frame Cabin For $1200

A Two-Story A-Frame Cabin For $1200 Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. “The Dart” is a two-level A-frame, or “Half A-Frame” cabin that can be simply, and quickly, built for around $1200. Affordable, check. …

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