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    • Swift Heart

      You don't always need to build a big green house, why not try a mini greenhouse made from recycled bricks & windows - great cold frame design

    • Martha Abbiatti

      You don't always need to build a big green house, why not try a mini greenhouse made from recycled bricks & windows -(wondering if I can make this with cinder blocks and old windows)?

    • Olivia G.

      Mini greenhouse made from recycled bricks & windows - Gardening Ideas

    • Daniel Fiore

      Recycled bricks from neighbor. Recycled windows from Craigslist. Boom! Nearly free mini greenhouses.

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