[Laughter.] And while it’s not as insulating as wood, they certainly have their place. Or play the January 4, 2021 show using the player near the top of this transcript. Maybe you want to grow vining cucumbers or melons in those in the summer. But you can also use them for overwintering half-hardy perennials, or if you love to force bulbs inside, and oftentimes, of course, many need a cold period, you can pot them up and put them in a cold frame for a couple of months, until that cold period is up. And then during the night, they will release some of that heat, just preventing huge temperature swings. Niki Jabbour. I use them for lots of things. Now, some of my old frames that I had, the wooden ones that I would use, I would often unscrew the hinges and store them in the summertime. 17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Niki Jabbour. [Above, Niki prepares one polycarbonate frame for summer planting.]. Wood I think is probably the most common material if you’re going to build a cold frame. I used these old…” Please count me in. And as you said a couple minutes ago, we have a different weather pattern. [Laughter.]. Definitely have them at an angle. But this past summer, I left a couple on and I kept them half propped open, and I grew melons in my cold frames in the summer, thinking a little bit of extra heat might help. But for the most part, I will use some heat sinks in mine. Used with permission from Storey Publishing. Niki Jabbour shared a photo on Instagram: “Yesterday was a mild spring day, perfect for covering a few of my raised beds with clear plastic to…” • See 1,888 photos and videos on their profile. She knows a thing or two about extending the growing season. It’s not nearly as insulating as my wooden cold frames. Happy year of madness. I have like a little broom and I brush it off when it snows. If you’re into alpine plants or different things like that, you can use them to shelter those over winter, too. Apr 19, 2020 - 176 Likes, 0 Comments - Niki Jabbour (@nikijabbour) on Instagram: “If you know me at all, you’ll know I’m a sucker for a beautiful cold frame! So obviously you would go taller on both the front and the back sides. Don’t really harvest early or late. You can subscribe to all future editions on iTunes/Apple Podcasts or Spotify or Stitcher (and browse my archive of podcasts here). Her wealth of information and her passion for produce have made her a North American celebrity with a work schedule that won’t quit. Thanks for the inspiration! It’s like all of the uses for these sort of barriers and enclosures and so forth, right? I think there’s a lot of considerations we often don’t think about when we’re growing under cover, and I wanted to take the guesswork out of that for people for sure. And then I also have polycarbonate ones that are 3 feet by 2 feet. For years, they’ve been saying, “Oh, I wish I had a greenhouse or a polytunnel.” And this is the year they said, “I’m doing it.” And honestly, hundreds of letters and texts I’ve gotten from people—polytunnels, greenhouses, even geodesic domes. It’s a lovely… [Laughter.]. You and I are nature’s best hope, and I’m glad Doug joined me again to help us learn to support it. The subtitle of University of Delaware professor Doug Tallamy’s recent book, “Nature’s Best Hope,” is “A New Approach to Conservation that Starts in Your Yard.” Meaning: The choices we make all year-round, including the very important one of how we clean up, can help counteract an overdeveloped, fragmented landscape that puts the food web to the test. They were each 3 by 6 feet, and I had three of them at the time. Niki: I think planning is definitely going to work in your favor. I mean, I garden in Nova Scotia, which is deer country as is, of course, much of the U.S. and Canada, and I deal with deer every single day. But yet, everything from deer and groundhogs to rabbits, to cabbage worms and slugs and flea beetles and potato beetles and cucumber beetles. I try to do that. Red veined sorrel is a knockout in the garden! Appearances. They were just my winter food factories—that’s how I’ve always kind of thought of them. Margaret: Well, Niki Jabbour, the new book is “Growing Under Cover.” I am so appreciative of this cold frame 101. Niki: For winter lettuces, I do start them indoors under my grow lights, and then I transplant them out when they’re like about 2 inches tall. Oh my goodness, what should I do?” A light bulb, he read about somewhere. It’s a bit succulent. (Above, at Niki’s, a cold frame full of carrots in fall that will be tucked in to harvest gradually in winter.). That’s the main, I think, way most of us are going to use a cold frame. Thank you. I’ve never grown it, Niki: It tastes like spring. I found your conversation with Niki inspiring and hope to try some “out-of-season” growing this year. And I was therefore…” I always make sure I brush the snow off those frames. Eat your greens. It snowed 4-5 inches…” Or you can prop it open with like a little wood prop, or you can buy automatic vent openers that once a temperature reaches a certain threshold, they open a couple inches or more. But I take those polycarbonate cold frames and I put leaves or straw around the perimeter of them just to bulk up. WHEN I TALKED to Doug Tallamy in February around the publication date of his latest book, “Nature’s Best Hope,” I didn’t want to go on and on about the advice in it regarding smart fall cleanup, which is one of the ways I know I’ve dramatically shifted the way I manage my own garden compared to 10 or even five years ago. If it’s a light snow, it’ll slip off easier. Niki Jabbour is the award-winning author of Growing Under Cover, Niki Jabbour’s Veggie Garden Remix, The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener, and Groundbreaking Food Gardens.Her work is found in Fine Gardening, Garden Making, Birds & Blooms, Horticulture, and other publications, and she speaks widely on food gardening at events and shows across North America. Basically you do want to have an angle in your cold frame, because it’s going to capture more solar energy. And it only grows about 12 or 14 inches tall, so it’s the perfect cold frame salad crop for winter. We have a Canadian fig expert for cold climates, Steven Biggs, and he has inspired me and he also has enabled me, because he keeps sending me cuttings. Was just feeling blue about having sold the family farm with its rich, established gardens and having to start all over on a concrete city lot, and here you have brought cheer, comfort, and encouragement. And it did. And a much happier new year to ALL! Margaret: Well, Niki Jabbour, the new book is “Growing Under Cover.” I am so appreciative of this cold frame 101. And I did sink them down into the soil, and I built them from untreated local hemlock. It’s got these small beautiful leaves that are kind of almost diamond-shaped, but mature so that they’re almost like a waterlily. Begin typing your search above and press return to search. Listen locally in the Hudson Valley (NY)-Berkshires (MA)-Litchfield Hills (CT) Mondays at 8:30 AM Eastern, rerun at 8:30 Saturdays. Niki Jabbour. Niki Jabbour is a Horticulturist and a Writer from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Yeah, for sure. Margaret: On the other end of the season, you got a box with a lid and it gets hot in there in the summer. Niki: Three feet by 6 feet and then 18 at the back and 12 of the front. I hope you’re writing a book called that, that we can expect to come out next year. You can do that. I’ll pick a random winner after entries close at midnight Tuesday, January 12. don’t stop now! cold-frame 101, with niki jabbour. Agriculture Campus of Dalhousie University in Truro, NS click here. In the case of greenhouse, there’s usually fans and so forth to move out excess heat, not just keep heat in. When I first put my cold frames in, oh my gosh, probably 18 years ago, the first frames I had, I put them in the part of my backyard where the snow always melted first, because I thought, well, obviously that’s a bit of a microclimate. You don’t have to spend money to extend your season and use garden covers like this. Those are the two main components of a cold frame, and they can be made from lots of different materials. Just say something like “count me in” and I will, but a reply is even better. Your email address will not be published. If somebody has a bed of carrots or parsnips or beets or other types of hardy crops like leeks, I mean, in late fall, you can dump shredded leaves or straw right on top of that bed and harvest all winter. Her work is found in Fine Gardening, Garden Making, Birds & Blooms, Horticulture, and other publications, and she speaks widely on food gardening at events and shows across North America. You can also hang little incandescent lights in there as well. You can subscribe to all future editions on Apple Podcasts (iTunes) or Spotify or Stitcher (and browse my archive of podcasts here). Niki Jabbour is an author, blogger, radio host and gardening expert from Halifax, Nova Scotia. succession sowing of vegetables herbs, flowers, with niki jabbour, extend your vegetable garden season, with niki jabbour, productive fall and winter vegetable gardens, with niki jabbour, https://episodes.castos.com/ON-DEMAND-LISTENING/Cold-Frames-with-Niki-Jabbour-A-Way-to-Garden-With-Margaret-Roach-January-4-2021.mp3, unusual seeds, with nate kleinman of experimental farm network, making the switch to native groundcovers, with duncan himmelman of mt. View the profiles of people named Niki Jabbour. They will take milk jugs or water jugs, 1-gallon jugs, or even… Well, I would call it a 2-liter pop bottle, but I guess I’m not sure what that would be in the imperial system, probably like half-gallon pop bottle or soda bottle. Known for her expertise in cold-weather gardening, she grows dozens of vegetable varieties in her 2,000-square-foot garden that she's able to harvest year round. Margaret: You just said extra installation, and sometimes, and this is where my friend, my neighbor Paul, who actually did get in touch with me to ask me…. Last year, I did a test of them and most of them went all winter long with no extra protection other than the cold frame. It’s hilarious. I used to live in a hot, dry zone 9 and the winter garden was more fruitful than the summer garden. I dream about growing earlier and later in the season here in Central Jersey – a 6A-ish zone. Like today here, it is freezing. You know what I mean? There’s still things growing inside and it was coming up like crazy in early spring. And that’s all it takes for him in the very cold Zone 5, whatever, to have a reliable crop. Your email address will not be published. by Niki Jabbour email: nikijabbour@hotmail.com Niki Jabbour is an Ornamental Horticulturist and a writer from Halifax, Nova Scotia. I have put figs in my polytunnel. Cloche means ‘bell’ in French and they’re often bell-shaped glass or plastic covers that you can pop over your veggies. Margaret: What does it taste like? There are a lot of reasons to consider covers. But since I work from home, I just generally… If the temperature is going to be over 40 or about 4 degrees Celsius, I just go up and I prop them open. But you can use a cold frame for starting seedlings, which will then be dug up and transplanted to your garden. It just more moderates the temperature inside your cold frame at night. Sean Ruane from Advocates for Urban Agriculture says you have one more day to be part of AUA's "Grown in Chicago" campaign. This is his first late fall-into-winter with them, and he actually did ask me the question I said, but that is the oldest disguise in the book also. Margaret: Right. Resources. I’ve been wanting a cold frame for some time now. And I’m just jealous. In the spring, that straw is maybe a little bit partially starting to rot, and then I can use it to make straw-bale beds for squash and zucchini and things like that. Before you just either order a cold frame online, or you decide to go out and grab the materials, start by thinking about it. Niki: Yes. Appearances. Some people put heavy-duty aluminum foil in the inside of them along the sides to help, again, reflect more light in. And I thought those were fantastic. And do I put heating cables in it? I would say if you’re interested in growing some of them in the winter, don’t just buy the traditional ones you’d have for summer. Or maybe you’re going to grow peppers in a northern climate and tomatoes in your structure and pruning them or training them to one or two stems—it can be so much more productive for you. Happy winter. It was quite beautiful. Invariably, one would break over the winter and you’d be picking glass out of the soil, which is just not fun. In a cold frame, it’s a little harder, where it’s a lower profile. The wooden ones I started with were 18 inches tall at the back, 12 inches tall at the front. Spinach is direct-sown and arugula, which I’m harvesting now, all that’s direct-sown, tatsoi, claytonia. A NEIGHBOR with a new cold frame emailed me the other day, seeing colder weather finally in the forecast and wanting to know how to extend his season even longer inside the unit. Fertilized by sea breezes, her gardens are comprised of a colourful mixture of perennials, annuals, herbs and flowering shrubs, with a few patches of clover and chickweed thrown in for good measure. I prefer using polycarbonate. The only winter gardening I do is seed starting in milk jug “green houses”. Niki: I mean, it can be super-simple. It doesn’t have to be super-steep, but you definitely want to have some angle so you do capture as much light as possible. How inspiring you two are! Niki Jabbour returns to the show to talk about her new book, "Growing Under Cover: Techniques for a More Productive, Weather-Resistant, Pest-Free Vegetable Garden." Enter in the comments at the bottom of the page. I’ve done that in my mini hoop tunnels. I just was talking to a friend who is an estate gardener for a big place in… It’s kind of near West Point, New York. And you can still see how useful they are, even though the tops are a little broken and stuff. I mean, again, those carrots aren’t growing now, so having the insulating leaves and straw on top just helps prevent the soil from deep-freezing. And I’ve seen some where they’re 2 feet tall at the back and 1 foot at the front. For my polycarbonate cold frames, I do have one that’s top and sides polycarbonate. But they are beautiful structures. It doesn’t get cold as early as it did, and it’s not as severe and so forth. And I went up yesterday before the temperature dipped and I filled it with some shredded leaves and straw just for extra insulation. A cold frame really, its whole job is to shelter plants from ice, snow, winter winds. There’s two main parts, of course: the box or the frame, and then the top, which is also called the sash. They have cold frames there as well that are not really in serviceable condition right now, usable condition I should say. You’re taking something that maybe is more like a three-season cold frame and turning it into a four-season cold frame. When you pick a bush variety with short vines and pair it with a…” Cold-frame 101: Maybe we should start with like what is a cold frame for? That’s how I like to describe it. Margaret: In this 101, maybe we start with where is a good place to site a cold frame relative to sun and buildings and blah, blah. You know what I mean? I live in North Carolina. I mean, where do you find… It sounds like the cold frames are some of your tried-and-true companions that help you, but where else? It’s ALWAYS wonderful spending time with today’s guest – as our resident EAST COAST EXPERT when it comes to all things gardening – Nova Scotia’s Niki Jabbour has graciously shared her infinite wisdom with SEA AND BE SCENE over the years. I place them…” Affiliate Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. enter to win a copy of ‘growing under cover’ [Laughter. It’s produced at Robin Hood Radio, the smallest NPR station in the nation. Margaret: O.K. She easily earned that badge of honor by actually doing it from one of the most unlikely of places, Halifax, Nova Scotia. And he was like, “What can I do? Niki Jabbour opens the door of infinite possibility for gardeners looking to expand into more diverse and exotic vegetable varieties. Dave and Maggie are trilled to welcome award-winning author Niki Jabbour back to the show. Niki Jabbour is a real year-round vegetable gardener. 'horticultural how-to and woo-woo' | margaret roach, head gardener. In winter, the top is still open and clear, so the sun can still get inside, but you can also put evergreen boughs around the outside of them, too, for that extra insulation. Niki is the long-time Host and Executive Producer of The Weekend Gardener with Niki Jabbour. No answer or feeling shy? I use untreated hemlock, as I mentioned, but you can use cedar or other types of lumber. Niki Jabbour is the award-winning author of three gardening books, including The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener, Groundbreaking Food Gardens and Niki Jabbour's Veggie Garden Remix. It really gives them a nice headstart indoors. Because again, my husband’s Lebanese and so many of the vegetables and things I grow are for his family, and figs are a big part of that. Oh yes, my friend…you know how that is when you ask questions for a friend. December 27, 2020. It’s still hot in September when they’re transplanted, in mid- to late September, so I like to give them that little headstart indoors and it helps. [Photo below of straw-bale frame by Joseph DeSciose, from Niki’s earlier book “The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener.”]. Often people use heat sinks. And my gosh, I got a lot of use out of those three cold frames. [Laughter.]. I mean, that’s amazing to me, that it’s sunny here today and therefore the temperature inside the frame is just above freezing. But Niki Jabbour…well, she puts me.. And here in Nova Scotia and beyond, I’m hearing from so many gardeners, they did put in a bigger structure this year. I mean, I went out for a run in my neighborhood yesterday and had to stop to let four deer walk across the road in front of me. ️ They’re tolerant of cold temperatures and get even sweeter as…” Then it’s double-insulated, but polycarbonate is probably my favorite material for the top. Niki Jabbour's Blog. Niki's gardening blog, SavvyGardening, just won Best Overall Garden Blog and Best Digital Media from the GWA, the Association for Garden Communicators! All you have to do to enter is answer this question in the comments box at the very bottom of the page: Do you harvest anything from your garden either extra early or extra late, and what tactic do you use? Niki: Oh my gosh. I think they deserve a place in every garden, even my garden, which is a big garden. I’m going to have to steal that from you, Margaret, and start using that one. In 2016, the show won three silver medals for excellence from the Garden Writers Association. We have to have a venting plan right now, just like a greenhouse has venting. There are many uses for cold frames. If there’s not a lot of space in there, it can be kind of hard to do. Photographs except as noted by Jeff Cooke/Cooked from “Growing Under Cover,” copyright 2020 by Niki Jabbour. Niki Jabbour - consulte a biografia e bibliografia do autor de Niki Jabbours Veggie Garden Remix e Groundbreaking Food Gardens Niki shares a ton of practical and insightful tips on how to keep your summer garden flourishing, navigating slugs, zucchini issues, powdery mildew hacks, tomato tantrums and more during our recent chat. And he was saying that the property has all these old cold frames, but they’re no longer in serviceable condition, the glazing, the lids, the glass. If you want to tuck away stuff that’s 2 feet tall or 3 feet tall. If it’s going to be late December and all of a sudden it’s above freezing and we’re getting a rain, I’ll open those cold frames just to give them a watering. It airs live Sundays, April through November, from 10 am to noon (Atlantic time) on News 95.7 FM in Halifax, 1310 News in Ottawa, and online at News957.com. Learn how your comment data is processed. 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