Don’t you just love the spells of warmer days (between storms) that remind us that winter is coming to an end? In the Mountain West, we gardeners know we still have a ways to go before planting our annuals and vegetables, as our frost-free date is mid to late May. But if you have a case of spring fever or you love a good DIY opportunity, now is the time to get handy with a few projects that can jump-start the growing season.
Cold frames are one of the best ways to extend the growing season. These multipurpose mini-greenhouses can overwinter perennials and shrubs you didn’t get planted…
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