Sometimes, you try things that just don't work for example:

In this case - it took up only a small area, keeps the tomato plants nice and warm however it kept falling over in strong winds. Pointless!!!!!

Step 1. Sorting out the materials, the only cost was the plastic everything else is recycled.

Step 2. Will the layout work?

Step 3. It's up and has a roof.

Step 4. It's covered finally.

This is the first thing I have ever build. It's not perfect but will do for now. Not bad for $20.

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Comment by Nick Duggan on May 11, 2009 at 11:48am
Looks good to me, may try one myself
Comment by Sonya on May 10, 2009 at 7:44am
Good job Debbie! We turned one of those metal shelving units from Mitre10 into a wee greenhouse too - it was just hanging around doing nothing, and we got some plastic from the Mrs' Dad so total cost, $0! It works really well. We call it 'the germination station'. :)


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