I made a few adjustments to this great cold frame/greenhouse DIY: 1) flip the box upside down and use it as a cloche to cover the plants so the clear part is on top. 2) use the lid as the base & line it w/ black plastic/paper to absorb more heat from the sun. 3) use biodegradable 4oz espresso cups (google to buy) for seeds. To transplant seedlings, cut bottom off cup, place in the ground - updates & new projects at the 2 DIY Board, https://www.pinterest.com/mclovebuddy/2-diy-garden-outdoors/
Vertical wire is another great option for a garden trellis. Attach sticks on either end to stake into the ground and put on the edge of whichever plants need a little help. If you have a privacy fence in your backyard, this idea will spruce up the space w
Trendy microgreens are a simple solution to getting more vegetables on your plate this winter. They can run $30-50 a pound at the store; here's how to grow them at home for PENNIES. It's like having a tiny little vegetable garden inside.