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Cold Climate Greenhouse Gardening Tips
Home Home Gardening
By: Whitney Segura Email Article
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Tips for Cold Climates and Growing Green House Gardens

A cold greenhouse is simply one that is not heated; it is an affordable way in which to begin gardening in a greenhouse. Many plants and vegetation as well as flowers grow just fine in an unheated greenhouse.

Therefore, if you have a cold or unheated greenhouse, you will have some limitation since some plants or flowers have a temperature that must be kept consistent in order to survive.

Therefore, you will have to choose the hardier plants, flowers, and vegetation that can grow without the needed heat or control of temperature.

Capturing Heat in the Summer

The cold greenhouse captures heat in the summer months. In addition, it is also the simplest type of greenhouse simply because it has no artificial heat source, it's even better than most lean to greenhouses. This essentially means that your growing season is limited to the outside temperature. Therefore, if you live in a very cold climate, you may find that you can only garden a couple of months each year. On the other hand, if you live in a warmer climate, you will be able to garden in your greenhouse for many more months in the year.

Of course, a cold greenhouse extends the growing season because it can capture the heat from the sun during the day, whereas if the plants or vegetation were outdoors, they would surely die. In addition, the plants and vegetation are protected from rain and wind.

Why Use Only a Cold Greenhouse

Many people only use a cold greenhouse and garden during the summer months simply because installing a heater means more costs in their utilities and it means more fuel is used, which ultimately effects the environment.

When you have a cold greenhouse without the use of heat, you can insulate the greenhouse so that when the sun shines through, the heat the greenhouse captures remains inside the greenhouse for longer. This means sealing off any cracks or anywhere that the heat may seep out through and cause the heat to dissipate faster. This often becomes a personal crusade in order to capture and retain as much of the daytime sunlight as possible.

Costs of Cold Greenhouses

Obviously, because there is no heat source inside a cold greenhouse, it is much cheaper to purchase and more efficient to operate then a heated green house. If you have never done greenhouse gardening, the cold greenhouse is definitely a great place to begin because you can always add a source of heat later.

Final Thoughts

When it comes to greenhouse gardening, many people choose the cold greenhouse because it is cheaper to operate than a heated greenhouse. They find ways to capture the sun's heat during the day and therefore, have natural heat, which for plantation and vegetation is often much better than artificial heat.

Whitney is an expert greenhouse gardener and owner of a greenhouse manufacturing company, Mini Greenhouse Kits.

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