Wooden Coldframes

Cold Frame Hinge

Lichfield Wooden Coldframe

The Lichfield cold frame is ideal for growing on young plants and also provides a protected environment for those tender plants of yours. The cold frame lid has props on both sides to ease the tending of your plants plus a centre prop to enable extra ventilation when needed.
The cold frame is made from Scandinavian red pine. This cold frame will not blow away in the wind. The cold frame hinges and handle are designed to give extra rigidity to the structure and the whole cold frame structure is finished with a high quality, water repellent and plant friendly preservative and glazed with 4mm thick Toughened glass. With care, this cold frame will last for many years.
       We now also manufacture this product in British Grown cedar with all the benefits that this timber brings.
Dimensions: 75x75x45cm(h)
Product Name
Quantity & Finish
(Select in Basket)
Single Coldframe (Pine)
75x75x45cm (High)
Brown or Clear
Single Coldframe (Cedar)
75x75x45cm (High)
Delivery approximately 30 days Postage and Packaging is included for the Uk Mainland.
We also offer a bespoke service, so if you would like this or any of our own wooden products made to your own preferred measurements please contact us and we will be pleased to help.
If you live in the Channel Islands, Highlands and Islands or Ireland please ring 01952 541170 or email sales@thelichfieldplantercompany.co.uk for a quote for delivery.

Cold frames

Cold frames are an effective four-season gardening technique. The system is used primarily to grow; spinach, chard, mache (lambs lettuce), claytonia, arugula, and a variety of lettuces which all grow well in a cold frame. It can also be used to grow other vegetables such as scallions, radishes, carrots, and leeks. Cold frames create an isolated warm, humid, controlled environment for plants to grow during the harsher periods of the year. An angled glass top is angled towards the south in order to catch as much sunlight as possible through the day.
Where to put your cold frame
Pine Apple rack

Cold frames

You should place your cold frame where it is easily accessible so that you can check it regularly and keep a close eye on your plants. Having said that, the system is fairly low maintenance. Somewhere 

Cold frames

with a clear southern exposure is ideal, as there you will get   the most sunlight. In addition to winter growing, cold frames can be used to bring on plants for growing in the kitchen or vegetable garden. So if it is possible to place the cold frame near your vegetable patch, that would also be a good idea.
What to grow in your cold frame
Autumn is the time to grow your larger vegetables, such as carrots, leeks, radishes and similar. Autumn will be  the warmer of the three cooler seasons. Long days will allow for give greater
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