NOVEMBERCold Frames abound!!!!
We now have talked about the use of cold frames of months but there is an ulterior motive for my use of this type of year round gardening. Of course you can grow year round and with a few simple tips you can do so andy replenishing the nutrients in the soil. This is when your hoop house can really produce. for you. Ask the students in our Gardening for Senior Class what have they produced to then take home with them.
This is what a hoop cold frame looks like: http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=hoop+type+cold+frame+plants&view=detail&id=3EFF0DCF078A10B23125FA64194ED5308C02D460
Now is the time to select those cold hearty crops and varieties within those crops, by understanding timing and successive planting. Do you like "Stir-Fry"? Well how about growing these winter crops: Leek, :Hakurei: turnip, carrot, pak choi, and radish.