VegTrug coldframe 1.8 metre

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Buy VegTrug coldframe 1.8 metre: A handy addition to your medium VegTrug planter, this long, sturdy cold frame is ideal for starting off early crops, protecting from late frosts and hardening off seedlings before planting out.<br><br>Made from sustainable wood and shatterproof 3.5mm polycarbonate, it sits on top of the VegTrug to provide plants with a warm, humid microclimate. It can also be used directly on the ground in the usual way.<br><br>All lids are fitted with locking latches so you can hold them ajar for ventilation, feeding and watering, or open them fully to move plants in and out. Finished with a contemporary grey wash. Easy self-assembly required.<br><br>Please note: this item includes the cold frame only; the medium VegTrug planter is sold separately. Not suitable for use with WallHugger models.<br><br>Measurements:<br>L183cm x W76cm x H51cm

A handy addition to your medium VegTrug planter, this long, sturdy cold frame is ideal for starting off early crops, protecting from late frosts and hardening off seedlings before planting out.

Made from sustainable wood and shatterproof 3.5mm polycarbonate, it sits on top of the VegTrug to provide plants with a warm, humid microclimate. It can also be used directly on the ground in the usual way.

All lids are fitted with locking latches so you can hold them ajar for ventilation, feeding and watering, or open them fully to move plants in and out. Finished with a contemporary grey wash. Easy self-assembly required.

Please note: this item includes the cold frame only; the medium VegTrug planter is sold separately. Not suitable for use with WallHugger models.

Measurements:
L183cm x W76cm x H51cm

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