The Spear and Jackson cold frame provides protection for plants from adverse weather conditions, mainly excessive wet or cold weather by creating a micro-climate through wind protection and soil and air insulation. Traditionally cold frames are used to start growing plants earlier in spring or later into autumn and to harden young plants before outdoor planting, after they have initially been raised in a greenhouse from seedlings or cuttings.
However, if you don’t have a greenhouse a cold frame is an alternative and will assist in the raising of seedlings or cuttings as the translucent panes allow sunlight to penetrate whilst reducing convective heat loss.
1000 x 660 x 400 mm assembled dimensions
Tanalised wood finish for a higher degree of weatherproofing
Durable plastic panes
Fasteners and assembly instructions included
Grow your own British growing 2018 award winners
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