Earth Mum Greenhouse Project 6 14 14

We have started our Greenhouse project years ago and love it.

 

We have been gathering recycle roofing, walls, structure etc. items to build this greenhouse. Most places we got this from is Restore, Thrift Stores, Habitat for Humanity, Garage Sales, Construction sites and more. You would be surprised what people throw out and give away and you can find at these great places for free or for just a couple dollars.

I will do a final article from start to finish soon.

Here are a few updated pictures of the front door entry and inside of the greenhouse which we got all these items for a few dollars.

an image of greenhouse inside view

greenhouse inside view

Here is some corner view where we used some small trim pieces we got from the ReStore for about $1 each, using 2 per door $2 total, this really look nice and we used screws so if we need to replace the plastic greenhouse sheets in the future.

Earth Mum Greenhouse Corner View

Earth Mum Greenhouse Corner View

Earth Mum Greenhouse Front View

Earth Mum Greenhouse Front View

Some items we did have to buy from Lowes Home Improvement and Home Depot.

an image of greenhouse foundation

greenhouse foundation

Here are some older pictures from last month to Earth Mum Greenhouse front view.

an image of greenhouse front view

greenhouse front view

The Greenhouse Roof was made out of old shower doors which we purchased for $10 earch at the ReStore in Burlington, NC.

an image of greenhouse roof shower doors

greenhouse roof shower doors

Roof was also recycled and purchased wood.

an image of greenhouse roof joist

greenhouse roof joist

These are foam core house doors we purchased for $10 each from the ReStore in Burlington, NC.

an image of greenhouse door used as a wall

greenhouse door used as a wall

Front entry view which I have more updated pics to come.

an image of greenhouse front view work

greenhouse front view work

Thanks for reading our Greenhouse project by Earth Mum, we will update you as we go.

 

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