An All Year Solar Greenhouse

Learn how to effectively use a solar greenhouse all year, including growing winter greens, fall fumigation, growing summer beans, and spring starts.



Herbal Fumigation
All the ingredients for herbal fumigation.
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Transplanting
Transplanting spring starts.
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Summer Greenhouse
Sweet william embellished last summer's indoor tomato crop.
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Hot-Weather crop
Most often, green beans are the inside hot-weather crop.
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Winter Crops
Winter's the season for growing chard, lettuce, and other greens (here bordered by marigolds).
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Winter Greenhouse
Snow and growing go together.
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