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  • Katherine Doan

    Old windows, mini greenhouse. I love, love, love this idea! It seems like one of the easier DIY greenhouses I have run into.

  • Tanya Nissen

    Another idea for those old windows - like what was in the botanical garden. :) DIY:: Perfect for the Winter Months ! Small Greenhouse Made From Old Windows !

  • Catherine Hines

    cold frame or mini green house, this site has a lot of really nice green house ideas using old windows

  • Crystal Bender

    DIY Window box green house. for in front of the house (kitchen) Awesome idea!

  • Nancy Crassweller

    Coldframe Green house with lumber and old windows.

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