It's in just such a time that I might decide I really do need a greenhouse to extend my growing season, help heat my house, protect my seedlings in the early spring, and so forth. But if I can't go shopping at Lowes for huge new sheets of plastic or chunks of flat new glass, what would I cover it with?
Gilbert Fritz wrote:
Some sort of waxed or oiled paper might work too.
Gilbert Fritz wrote:I thing an old refrigerator or freezer would work really well this way. Leave the lid up during the day to let sun in, shut the lid at night. They are insulating and have reflective interiors, and would last a long time after everything fell apart.
The first person to drink cow's milk. That started off as a dare from this tiny ad:
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