COLD FRAME

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Old 10-11-00, 11:17 AM
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WE RECENTLY DISMANTLE A HOT TUP GAZEBO WHICH HAD A LARGE BUBBLE SKYLIGHT IN THE TOP.
I WOULD LIKE TO USE THIS SKYLIGHT FOR A
COLD FRAME BUT HAVE NO CLUE HOW TO GO ABOUT BUILDING ONE. ANY THOUGHTS, OPINIONS, SUGGESTIONS, INSTRUCTIONS ARE WELCOME.
 
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Old 10-11-00, 02:49 PM
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The following sources will give you step by step illustrated instructions for building a cold-frame plus how to use one. Just adjust size to fit your bubble skylight dimensions. Go to your local library and look in the following books.

Four-Season Harvest by Eliot Coleman pp. 66-76

Crockett's Victory Garden by James Underwood Crockett pp 26-29

Crockett's Flower Garden by James Underwood Crockett pp 72-77

Incidentally these are three excellent reference books for your home library.

Best - Ladybug
 
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Old 10-11-00, 03:55 PM
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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Ladybug:
The following sources will give you step by step illustrated instructions for building a cold-frame plus how to use one. Just adjust size to fit your bubble skylight dimensions. Go to your local library and look in the following books.

Four-Season Harvest by Eliot Coleman pp. 66-76

Crockett's Victory Garden by James Underwood Crockett pp 26-29

Crockett's Flower Garden by James Underwood Crockett pp 72-77

Incidentally these are three excellent reference books for your home library.

Best - Ladybug
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thanks so much for the prompt reply - I will give these books a look see and let you know how it comes out - thanks again - ct sunries
 
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