Skip to Content

DIY Greenhouses I found on Hometalk

 

DIY Greenhouses on Hometalk.

I have loved gardening since I can’t remember when.
A greenhouse is a great help to all us gardeners and a DIY greenhouse is very doable.
You don’t need to invest  a lot of $$$ to enjoy the benefits.
With the help of Hometalk sharers I created a clipboard of DIY greenhouses.
hometalk curated board of greenhousesI found 18 different greenhouses built from reclaimed or inexpensive materials.
There is a range of sizes and designs.
I have a pricier kit greenhouse and I do love it but the spot it is sitting gets no sun in the winter, at all.
But I still utilize it as best I can.
greenhouse 8I start seeds and cuttings for new plants.
It is always a thrill for me to see new growth and life from a tiny seed or a slip from another plant.
free plants from cuttingsThis summer I wanted to be able to extend my garden season into much later in the year and even try to grow greens and cool weather crops into the winter.
So I came up with this idea.
DIY Easy greenhouseWith this one I can cover it with the clear plastic come cooler temps but in the summer when I want my garden plants to get the full rays of the sun I can just remove the cover.
I can build up raised beds if I feel the need or not.
And I hope that next Spring I can get a jump start on all my veggies!
I will be sure to report back on any progress or failures of this experimental hoop/greenhouse.

Pamela at HometalkFor plenty of garden and other inspiration feel free to follow me on Hometalk.
Until next time..
signaturePamela_thumb.png

Feel Free to Share!

Previous
I love July!
Next
Old Buckets & a Wine Barrel

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

18 Fantastic DIY Greenhouses | Herbs and Oils Hub

Tuesday 17th of March 2015

[…] 18 Fantastic DIY Greenhouses […]

Jean Campbell

Thursday 21st of August 2014

I gave my collection of old wood framed windows to the Scrap Man and we assembled an inexpensive DIY aluminum framed greenhouse.

Now I have another collection, this time of aluminum framed storm windows that will not need scraping and painting and reglazing. I need a second greenhouse.

It's all fun. I wish that those who long for a greenhouse would take their vacation money and go ahead with a year-round place to play.

Pamela

Friday 22nd of August 2014

I have a bunch of old wood framed windows in storage in another state, when we moved we did not anticipate it taking so long to get everything back here. I am itching to try a greenhouse from windows. I agree, a greenhouse is money well spent!

July Was Fabulous

Sunday 3rd of August 2014

[…] a weary little stump, the victim of deer last night. Sniff I really had fun collecting ideas for DIY Greenhouses over at Hometalk. I am now always on the hunt for old windows. And last but very popular is my Old […]

Holly @ Your Gardening Friend

Monday 28th of July 2014

I love your greenhouse. I like that it's pretty. :)

Pamela

Wednesday 30th of July 2014

And my hoop house one is getting even prettier, the climbing beans are to the top already and just starting to put on little beans. Woo hoo!

Jane @ Cottage at the Crossroads

Sunday 27th of July 2014

Pam, this is a great collection of inexpensive greenhouse ideas. We keep thinking that we'll build a greenhouse but we've never gotten around to doing it. I think we would utilize it a great deal! Pinning and stumbling! :)

Pamela

Wednesday 30th of July 2014

I am hoping that my hoop house one will help me garden further into the year, especially for my cool weather crops. It sits in a good spot for maximum sun so we shall see. Thank you!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.