Building Your Own Greenhouse (Greenhouse Basics)

July 20, 2013 - Comment

The fundamentals of assembling a greenhouse and custom designing it to the gardener’s needs, from simple cold frames to large free-standing and attached-to-the-house structures. Product Features Gardening Home Construction Building Your Own GreenHouse Mark Freeman Greenhouse Basics Famous Words of Inspiration… Powered By AMZ QuoteCash

The fundamentals of assembling a greenhouse and custom designing it to the gardener’s needs, from simple cold frames to large free-standing and attached-to-the-house structures.

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  • Gardening
  • Home Construction
  • Building Your Own GreenHouse
  • Mark Freeman
  • Greenhouse Basics

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Robert Long says:

Good basic info but… Too old info, there is too much New greenhouse information left out here. It seems the author has a desire to help but does’nt know of any of the new break-threws in this industry. Greenhouses have changed 100% from the wooden A framed house. Now they have many different designs thst can save heating cost 50%. Get some new info on greenhouse and you’ll have more FUN.

Robert A. Williams "political ethnographer" says:

I built one of the Greenhouses from this book This book was well written and offered many interesting greenhouse plans. I built a 22×40 foot model from the plans and have been very happy with the results.

Anonymous says:

The Least Expensive Way to Get Started This is simply a magnificent book on how to construct your own hobby greenhouse as well as other gardening structures such as simple cold frames or installing a bay window with a nice ledge in your home. The main advantage of building your own greenhouse is cost-savings; manufactured greenhouses are very expensive to buy and even more expensive to have assembled. And you don’t need to be a handyman to put one together – in most cases you’ll be building a frame to hold plastic sheeting to keep out the cold and let in the sun’s rays. So what if it’s a little crooked here or there? Chances are neither you nor anyone else will notice, but the flowering assortment of vegetables, fruits, and specimen plants will grab everyone’s attention!The author, Mark Freeman, shares his own experiences as well as the experiences of others in building greenhouse structures. First he explains how greenhouses work. Then he shows you every step toward the completion of your own hobby…

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