Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Fresh Tomatoes on Winter

I wonder when the frost is coming because I still have plenty of peppers and tomatoes in my garden that are waiting to be ripen.  I don't want to pick them unless I have to so that I will have some stock during winter.  Below is an article I received from Gardening club that gives tips on how to grow fresh tomatoes all winter.  
Wouldn't it be nice to grow tasty herbs and fresh tomatoes in your very own greenhouse all winter long? And don't forget about starting seedlings, growing your favorite tropical plants, and forcing spring bulbs.

If you're concerned about a greenhouse being too expensive, too permanent, and too much of a space hog, think again. A mini-greenhouse gives you some of the advantages of a permanent greenhouse without the steep investment.

Ranging from small cold-frame structures to large walk-in freestanding types, these inexpensive greenhouses are designed to be semi-permanent, lasting a few to several years. Many mini-greenhouses are portable and easy to store when you're not using them. Some require a bit of assembly, while others take about as much time to put up as a pup tent.

1 comment:

  1. I recieved a small greenhouse last Christmas from my son. We used it this spring to start our seedlings for the garden. I love it!


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