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Venting Double Coldframe
Overwinter the Garden Effortlessly!

Venting Double Coldframe

Item # 96871
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Assembles in a snap!

Beat unseasonable chills!
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At long last, the coldframe you've been waiting for: easy to assemble; very durable even in rough weather; and large enough to overwinter all your tender plants, extend the fall garden past first frost, and even begin the spring garden early!

Made by the same folks responsible for our popular Snap & Grow hobby greenhouse, this double coldframe is constructed of corrosion-resistant aluminum and clear, sparkling rigid polyprophylene. It assembles in minutes (instructions included, though you scarcely need 'em!) and lasts for years.

The Double Coldframe measures 21 inches high, 42 inches wide, and 42 inches deep. Polycarbonate roof panels can be left open or closed for optimal ventilation, and let in plenty of sunshine to help your plants grow even when the temperature is too cold to expose them to the elements. The roof is made of SnapGlas™ glazing panels, the same superb material used in the larger greenhouse. This coldframe looks good as well as performing beautifully!

If you like this coldframe but don't need quite as much space, consider the single model in the same series. Whatever your overwintering needs, large or small, we've got you covered!

Item Form Accessories
Size Double
Overall Rating: 3 Stars
Average Based on 1 Reviews Write a Review
Pricey for the quality. Plastic fittings break easily
Ohiogal from OH wrote (December 19, 2011):
I bought 2 of these in the Spring of 2011. They assembled easily, but the plastic fittings that are for the corners and the locking arms break easily. I'm not sure if you can get replacement parts - still searching for an answer to that one. I like them because they are easily moved, but you MUST stake them down and they MUST be closed if a T-storm approaches. They are ultra-light and sail easily. I did find them great for starting colder season plants like lettuce, collards, mustard and radishes in March. If I were to do this again, I'd look at building my own - the cost would be about the same if you scrounge old windows for the lid and the quality would be far better.
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