Heather Holm wrote:I used an old swingset and scrap wood to make mine 4 winters ago. It's still there. I'm patching the plastic now with that sticky red construction tape, and when I finally am forced to replace the plastic, I'll build a frame for the sunny side, as I mention at the bottom of the article,
tlThat is an awesome idea!! Four winters is a exceptionally good innings for free or low cost! Just something I have discovered with poly film to reduce wear is paint your steel frame white So the dark metal doesn't heat up the film beyond its capacity although four years is something you wouldn't be complaining about anyhow(:
Rebecca Norman wrote:We heat the buildings at our school entirely with seasonal attached greenhouses,.
Wow! Just wow! That is impressive!! as with eveyone else's ideas! But you truely incorporate the practice of growing your own food as a way of living day to day! Very special! thank you for sharing, has been awesome to read everyones comments too(:
James Whitelaw wrote:I was thinking why not use the container as a north wall for a simple greenhouse. By insulating the ends and excavating the floor to allow more headroom in the greenhouse.
They gave me pumpkin ice cream. It was not pumpkin pie ice cream. Wiping my tongue on this tiny ad:
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