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Old windows, mini greenhouse. I love, love, love this idea! It seems like one of the easier DIY greenhouses I have run into.
DIY Green house with lumber and old windows.
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Simply Country Life: Old windows use to build cold frame greenhouse box
Old windows, mini greenhouse. My grandma had a cold frame like this!
Green house with lumber and old windows. Small greenhouse to keep deer and other animals out
little green house with lumber and old windows...we always called these cold frames - Dad would make them from the old windows :)
I like this is the type of greenhouse. It's just the write size to take care of the job of keeping the seeds warm. It would also be helpful to keep my kids and dog out of my plantings.
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Old windows being used as a greenhouse where it stays cold late in spring. The same design could be used with a window well to bring natural light to a basement
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...and to think I had a truck load of old windows :(
Little portable greenhouses (each one is covering a bell pepper plant). Made with clear plastic sheeting, each one only cost ~6 dollars.
DIY greenhouse - I might try to make this so that I can plant earlier in the season or as a way to start more plants from seeds.
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*Greenhouse Boxes...from old windows & wood. Fun and cinchy. would also work with an old door to hang pots or whatever... i like!
Up cycle site- my uncles used to have these. They called them hotbeds because you placed a small gas heater under them so when the weather was cold the seedlings stayed warm.
How To Building a Small Greenhouse atop a raised bed. I would not use treated or red wood because it interferes with the micro-culture you want to flourish in organic soil amendments.