greenhouse for winter
Greenhouse for winter description:
- Material: PVC
- Size: 195x143x73cm/ 76.77x56.30x28.74";
Tube size: Φ16*0.30/0.32mm
Wire shelf: Φ1.8mm
Connector: PP in green color
Frame color: green coating
What can we grow in this greenhouse in winter?
Plants in the pan
Plant the seeds in a pot so they don't need transplanting. Transplants are stressful for plants because they're already dealing with the pressure of low temperatures, so it's best not to add to them.
Winter greenhouse planting
Plant in the fall and harvest once the ground thaws. If you've had a good winter and the ground will melt once or twice before spring, check the carrots. They may be ready. Carrots come in very different varieties, so be sure to choose one that is hardy.
Lettuce and vegetables
Lettuce and other green vegetables grow quickly and prefer cool temperatures. Some are frost resistant, so check your seed catalog for the best. Plant them in greenhouses in autumn, don't transplant them. As the temperature drops outside, they thrive in the greenhouse. The leaves are harvested when they are big enough; Don't wait for full maturity.
For best results, grow a variety of lettuces and greens. There are many varieties to choose from and they have different ripeness and temperature requirements.
Cabbage and cauliflower
These two cold-season vegetables need 45 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit at night and 50 to 70 degrees during the day. Rising temperatures are actually bad for their growth. They are best planted early in the greenhouses, in mid to late winter, for spring planting. Greenhouses can also grow through the winter if they are kept at the right temperature.
Plant potatoes in vats or thick plastic bags. If it starts in January, the harvest can begin in March. Crops planted since February can also be grown to maturity in any elite greenhouse or hall greenhouse. Or, if the weather is right, they can move outdoors and prepare for harvest at the end of April. Potatoes are susceptible to frost, so if it's cold, add some heat to your greenhouse or cover it with plants to keep them warm.
Keep planting spinach that likes cool weather and you'll reap the harvest almost all winter. Sometimes it may slow down, but once the temperature rises again, it bounces back. When the temperature is right, it grows quickly and is an ideal greenhouse vegetable.
Depending on the variety, this hardy vegetable can survive temperatures of minus 6 degrees Celsius. When the temperature drops below that, you need to provide some heat to keep it growing, or wait until the outside temperature rises and plants start growing again. By growing several crops in succession, you can easily eat kale all year round. Bonus: winter kale is sweeter because it secretes sugar to protect cells.
Garlic can be planted in January and then transplanted in March, April or whenever the soil can be cultivated. They can also be placed in flower POTS and moved outside when the weather is good. Always choose the stiff neck breed.