Spring Flowers in a Cold Frame

Cold frames are magical: they offer a perfect transition for seedlings that are grown indoors or in greenhouses, before the young plants have to face the daily elements of Mother Nature. They also are used to extend the growing season of vegetables.

My eye caught a miniature version of an old fashioned cold frame and it seemed like a perfect ‘container’ for an early spring woodland arrangement.

budding clematis, fern shoots, sedum and foliage of bleeding heart were readily available in the garden

One Comment on “Spring Flowers in a Cold Frame”

  • janet March 28th, 2010 5:54 pm

    I love this! It feels so alive! It’s the perfect arrangement for that cold frame!

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