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I was helping a relative clean out their garage a few days ago and came across some old frosted glass shades that were headed for the dump trailer. Of course before anything goes on the trailer I take the time to think hard about whether it is something I could use (much to DH's dismay). I realized they would be perfect for protecting seedlings from light frost in the spring! they are like tiny little cloches with a vent on the top!
 
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