We have had strawberries and broccoli transplanted since late fall but have added lots of cuttings for spring transplanting. We have also planted spinach for spring greens in this space. Have added another section as well and planted lettuce, spinach, beets, and peas to add to our green’s for salads. We also cook a lot of the greens. We are going to continue to add and experiment with lots of other greens and some other plants for raised beds and cold frames. I am going to add light and heat to the tall cold frame. We are going to market the frames in several different sizes and styles. The one I have pictured below is about $900.00 set up and ready to plant or I will also plant. This is set up on a level accessible area, and does not include mileage charges. If this is something that interest you please contact me, I may be able to help you design something that will work for you and provide some of the materials and design for DIY projects. Thank You for viewing my site and hope you enjoyed what you read and viewed.
Cold Frame Planting
Calvin graduated from Mineral Area College, majoring in Electronics, Physics and Math. He has worked at Westinghouse Electric as a design engineer for 3-phase transformers and Quality control of built product and at Callaway Nuclear Plant in start-up support and Materials Engineering, Electrical division. He has had owned his own business in electrical and communications for over 20 years and has built several homes as a general contractor. However his biggest interest is in providing Alternative Resources of Energy for rural homes and industries at a reasonable non cost-prohibited expense to customers. Calvin also had a small greenhouse business to help fund his college education and continued to do greenhouse and gardening for a added income through out the years.. Loves to garden and work with plant care. Calvin also did several years of electronic service and repair of Electronic equipment on hybrid and tube type of equipment. Calvin still studies about organic chemistry and other alternative energy services and supply solutions. Currently working on some inexpensive DIY collectors from 4 inch schedule 35 pvc with spray adhesive and alluvium foil to heat water or antifreeze for heating system.. Will show work as completed.