DIY Greenhouse

If you love gardening and farming, growing the plants in a greenhouse one of the effective ways, which worth trying. And the DIY greenhouse is what you need to lower the cost since you will need some maintenance.

One of the perks of growing the plants in a greenhouse is you can control the environment. Hence, you can keep up the garden or the farm, even in bad weather. In the other side, the diy greenhouse project will help you to challenge your skills and creativity.

If you are wondering what is the best diy greenhouse which fit your needs, you have to see the ideas below:

DIY Sophisticated Greenhouse

DIY Sophisticated Greenhouse
by instructables.com

This project shows you how technology takes part in gardening. This small greenhouse can be the best option for research. If you are interested in research, you can install this kind of greenhouse on your house. You can set the light, water, and the temperature through the controller touchscreen.

This kind of greenhouse is a perfect thing to be a sophisticated decoration. In the other side, it also works as the experiment supplier. You can see how to make it and also how does it work here.

Find more DIY: Outdoor Privacy Screen Ideas

DIY Geodesic Dome Greenhouse

DIY Geodesic Dome Greenhouse
Project by northernhomestead.com

The DIY project is one of the best ways to improve your skills and creativity. And on the agriculture field, you can also improve your skill and creativity by gardening on a greenhouse.

Besides the plants you grow on the greenhouse, considering the materials and also the type of greenhouse is important. The geodome greenhouse is the best ideas you have to try. It can keep the plants inside well-maintenance. Aesthetically, it can be a focal point of your backyard as well.

CD-Case Mini Greenhouse

CD-Case Mini Greenhouse
by Mega Crafty via taunieverett.com

If you are wondering how to deal with the small space while you want to make a greenhouse, you have to try this idea. You can use old CD cases to make a greenhouse.

Here are the materials you will need:

  • Old CD Cases- it takes 40 to make a greenhouse this size (about 11″x 18″ x 20″) 
  • Plastic Glue- that dries clear.
  • Painter’s Tape
  • Safety Glasses
  • Tweezers
  • You’ll also need a craft knife, ruler and cutting board, and a large flat surface

You can use the tape to hold the panels until the glue dries. After all, when the glue is dry, you can remove the tape.

Voila! Your cute DIY greenhouse is all yours!

DIY Fold-Down Greenhouse

DIY Fold-Down Greenhouse
goodshomedesign.com

There are so many ways to maximize your yard. Creating a greenhouse is one of the best options moreover if you love farming. It can make your yard looks prettier. In the other side, you can grow some flowers or vegetables.

Tips: Ensure that the plants do not touch the structure.

You will need the following materials: PVC pipes, plastic sheet, and some cutting supplies. For further information, these steps will guide you.

French Windows Style Greenhouse

French Style Windows Greenhouse
by Andy

Do you know that you still can use the old French window style to make a greenhouse? It can be a focal point of your backyard, among the trees, which show the beauty of French style.

It is going to be perfect if you grow some flowers in this kind of greenhouse because you can see the beautiful flowers or the vegetables from outside.

DIY Simple PVC Greenhouse

DIY Simple PVC Greenhouse
Fiddlehead Farm

If you are looking for the best idea to build a house for starting seedlings, this simple PVC greenhouse is all that you need. You can build it inexpensively on your farm.

You don’t need to worry about the strength of the PVC greenhouse because it is sturdy. In the other side, this greenhouse also needs the wooden materials to make the doors.

Tips: You can keep the ground clean by adding the gravel or the weed fabric.

DIY Lean-to Greenhouse

DIY Lean-to Greenhouse
fabulesslyfrugal.com

As we know that one of the perks of a greenhouse is you can extend the growing season. You don’t need to spend much money on making a greenhouse since you only need to use the on-hand materials as possible.

Maximizing the available materials doesn’t mean you can’t make it cool. You can even make it cooler. And the materials you will need to make the greenhouse are:

  • 2×4′s for framing
  • screws and nails
  • glass for windows
  • greenhouse plastic
  • thermometer
  • hasp for 1 venting window
  • misc hardware
  • caulking & glazing materials

DIY Tiny Greenhouse

DIY Tiny Greenhouse
runnerduck.com

It is also a good decision to bring out a tiny greenhouse to your house. This tiny and pretty greenhouse is such perfect stuff which can make your house looks adorable.

The hint of golden hinges and chains can make the greenhouse looks more elegant. And if you are wondering how to make it, you can see the steps here.

DIY Barn Style Greenhouse

DIY Corrugated Metal Greenhouse
Ana White

If you are looking for the sturdy greenhouse idea, this design is the answer. This barn style diy greenhouse is made out of metal materials for the side walls. Meanwhile, the frame is made out of the solid wood. So, you don’t need to worry about the bad weather will impact your plants since this greenhouse is sturdy.

In the other side, the corrugated plastic panels are such a perfect material for covering the greenhouse. It doesn’t only let the sunlight pour the plants inside. But it also works best as the sturdy cover.

Retractable PVC Greenhouse

Retractable PVC Greenhouse
via Grit.com

If you are planning to keep gardening in winter, you need to make this retractable PVC greenhouse. You can cover the plant’s bed by pulling the hoops to one end of the bed if the rain is coming. And when you want to let the plants be poured by the sunlight, then you have to pull the hoops.

You can manage how many plastic layers you will need because it depends on the weather and the environment. And if you are wondering how does it works, you can see it here.

Upcycle Old Window Greenhouse

Old Window Greenhouse
instructables.com

We have been seeing there are so many diy greenhouses which upcycling the old windows. You can paint white the old windows and set it well. It will be a beautiful yet functional diy greenhouse at the same time. You also need to make the roof vents to ensure your plants get sufficient wind and sunlight.

The most important thing is you have to use waterproof materials so that your greenhouse is more durable. You can see how to make this kind of greenhouse through this site.

Minimalist Greenhouse

Minimalist Greenhouse
ideadonnafarm.wordpress.com

Some people think that building a professional greenhouse need much money. Actually, you don’t need to spend much money to build a professional greenhouse.

The best alternative to make a cheap and sturdy greenhouse is by using wood material. Meanwhile, you can cover it by using plastic. If you doubt it won’t be that strong, you can add the second layer of plastic.

Plastic Bottle Greenhouse

Plastic Bottle Greenhouse
by Ananda

If you want to take part in saving this planet, you can start from the simplest thing by upcycling the old plastic bottle. The plastic bottle can be the cheapest and easiest greenhouse.

In the other side, it can help you to extend the growing season. If you want the plants to grow properly, you have to ensure that the plastic bottles are big enough.

Tips: Leave the top cap off to keep the natural temperature inside the greenhouse.

Trampoline Greenhouse

DIY Trampoline Greenhouse
howdoesshe.com

Do you still keep your old trampoline? If so, go to the shed and turn it into something pretty; a greenhouse!

You will use half of the frame for each side of the greenhouse.
The materials you will need:

  • Trampoline Frame
  • Piping
  • Wood
  • Thermometers
  • Red Tape
  • Plastic
  • Screw

The piped frame can be the best answer if you want to make your greenhouse sturdy enough. Just like another greenhouse, you need to put thermometers to control the temperature.

Mini Greenhouse

Mini Greenhouse
Project by Christina

You can start making a hothouse from the basic one. It can be a good option if you want to grow some plants when the wind is getting stronger and the temperature is cooling down.

You can use the saran wrap to hold in enough heat. Also, it can keep the plants inside from the wind. You will need the cage, which covered by the saran wrap. You can put the mini hothouse on your back porch to ensure the plants get enough sufficient sunlight.

DIY Bamboo Greenhouse

DIY Bamboo Greenhouse
by Alea

It is always a great idea to harvest your own vegetables in your backyard. It can save money on buying vegetables at the grocery and also it can be a beneficial entertainment. You can build the bamboo greenhouse by yourself with the following materials:

  • Bamboo poles
  • Roll of heavy grade clear plastic sheeting
  • Cement
  • Stakes and Twine
  • Heavy Duty Velcro Strips

This greenhouse is not only cheap and easy to build. In the other side, this kind of greenhouse is strong enough to protect the plants inside.

Repurposed Old Windows Greenhouse

Repurposed Old Windows Greenhouse
via ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com

As what’s mentioned, repurposing the old windows is one of the most wanted ways to make a fancy greenhouse. Using old materials also can be one of the best ways to save money and boost your creativity at the same time.

You will use the windows for the whole walls. For roofing, you will need the corrugated polycarbonate clear roof panels. The clear roof and also windows will let the plants inside get enough sunlight. In the other side, you need to install the vents to ensure the air circulation is good enough.

DIY Easy Greenhouse

DIY Easy Greenhouse
tomsgardens.wordpress.com

It is always a good decision to make something effortlessly, especially when it comes to a DIY project. It can be one of the best alternative ideas you can apply.

You can make it right in front of your back door to save the space you have. In the other side, the materials you will need are solid wood, plastic, and aluminum channel and wiggle wire to fasten the plastic to the wall corners and gable ends.

DIY 50$ Greenhouse

DIY 50$ Greenhouse
by Shelley Levis

One of the perks of having a greenhouse is you can save money on buying vegetables where you can plant it by yourself. In the other side, you can save money much more when you can choose the best way to build a cheap greenhouse. This project shows you how to build a greenhouse within 50$.

The materials you will need:

  • 6- PVC pipes, 1/2″, 10′ long (aka Schedule 40)
  • 2- 2″x 6″ x 8′ wood boards
  • 1- 2″ x 6″ x 6′ wood board
  • 1- 2″ x 2″ wood strip
  • 4- metal corner braces
  • 3 ml clear plastic roll
  • Pipe Clamps with matching screws
  • 1 1/2″ galvanized nails
  • Hammer and a staple gun

See how to build it here.

The Cedar Greenhouse

The Cedar Greenhouse
backyardcity.com

One of the reasons why you need to build a greenhouse is to keep the plants grow longer in any conditions. Hence, you need durable materials.

Cedarwood is the best option to build a durable greenhouse since it is free from pitch and is naturally decay and insect resistant. Besides functional, cedarwood accentuates the beauty of nature which makes your yard looks prettier.

Movable Greenhouse

Movable Greenhouse
Brian Perry

It always a great decision to have your own greenhouse where you can fulfill your sort of daily needs easily. You can start from the seed-starting greenhouse. And the movable seed-starting is one of the best ideas where you can move it easily.

If you want to make your own seed-starting, you will need the following materials:

  • 1 large, sturdy piece of glass, sized to the box (at least more or less)
  • 1 sturdy wooden box
  • 2 large woodscrews
  • 4 rubber O-rings (sized to the thickness of the large screws)
  • 6 small woodscrews
  • 1 small piece of wood; sized to the thickness of the glass

You can see the guidance here.

Easy Octagonal Greenhouse

Easy Octagonal Greenhouse
Han D Man

What’s more satisfying than creating a greenhouse which functional and also aesthetically pleasing at the same time? This octagonal greenhouse can be the best alternative you can try.

You have to find the best place to build and ensure it gets the sunlight properly. If you want to accentuate the beauty of the greenhouse, you can paint it green and white. Also, if you want to ensure the greenhouse is durable enough you can use redwood for the main material.

Miniature Greenhouse

Miniatur Greenhouse
Grit.com

One of the perks of having a greenhouse is you can extend the growing season of the food crops. Also, it can be one of the effective ways to save money. You don’t need to worry about spending much money or time on making this greenhouse.

This miniature greenhouse is made out of PVC for the frame. It doesn’t only easy to find. You can assemble it easily and more flexible. And the most important thing is PVC is cheaper.

Tips: The higher frame is way much better to grow

LED Greenhouse

DIY LED Greenhouse
instructables.com

Are you thinking about infusing a sophisticated hint in your house? Some of you might think about the sophisticated materials which hard to find or pricey. No worries, you can make this kind of greenhouse using the available materials, like:

  • Blue LED light strip
  • A wall charger (the same voltage as your Blue LED strip)
  • Some type of clear box
  • A light timer
  • A fan
  • Electric tape
  • Something to plant
  • Potting soil

See here for further steps and guidance.

Straightforward Jar Greenhouse

Straightforward Jar Greenhouse
by Jennifer

Have you ever count how many jars do you have? You can use the old jars to protect your mini plants. In other words, it works like a greenhouse. It can be a good decision to “cover” the rosemary or lavender.

Note: You only need to strip the branch of leaves and put them in the loose soil and put the jar over the top.

Solar Powered Greenhouse

Solar Powered Greenhouse
instructables.com

If you are wondering if there is another way to make a sophisticated greenhouse, here is the answer. A solar-powered greenhouse is one of the best ways to help your plant leg up on any kind of seasons.

The materials you will need to make your own greenhouse are:

  • 2N3906 PNP Transistor
  • 1N914 Diode
  • 5K Ohm Resistor
  • Red LEDs
  • 2 AA Holder
  • 2 Rechargeable AA Batteries
  • Solar Cell (I’m using a 5.5V 320mA Solar Cell)
  • Wire

You can find the details guidance and further information here.

DIY Cold Frame Greenhouse

DIY Cold Frame Greenhouse
by Tara Nolan

If you are wondering how to deal with changes in weather which will affect your food crops, a greenhouse is an answer. It can protect your plants from the unstable temperature and also sunlight. Hence the growing season will be extended.

You can make the cold frame by upcycling the old window and assemble it with the cedar boards. We all know the benefits of using cedarwood, right? And here is how Tara Nolan made it.

Modular Greenhouse

Modular Greenhouse
by ashaderumeaux

Building a greenhouse doesn’t mean you are a professional gardener or should be a gardener. You can create a modular greenhouse made out of a plastic sheet.

It is one of the best alternatives if you want to create an inexpensive greenhouse and also effortlessly. But the most important is, it can protect the food crops inside from the uninvited water, temp or wind.

Greenhouse Plan

Greenhouse Plan
by construct101.com

You don’t have to spend money or time to create a proper greenhouse, indeed. But you have to ensure that the greenhouse you make should be durable and sturdy. Hence, you have to plan every single thing you will need to build a greenhouse itself.

If you are struggling with finding the best plan to make a greenhouse, you can see the steps and further information here.

DIY Hoop Greenhouse

DIY Hoop Greenhouse
by Jennifer

When you are on a budget, it shouldn’t stop your will to create something. It should be one of the reasons you have to improve your creativity. You can create a greenhouse where you can improve your skill and create a functional greenhouse at the same time.

You will need PVC for the frame and wooden door and vents. After all, you have to wrap the greenhouse in plastic and staple it to the wood farming. Voila! you can grow the vegetables as you wish!

Green Vitrine

Green Vitrine
gardenista.com

There are so many ways to make your balcony looks fabulous. If you want to make a beneficial decorative, then a green vitrine is all that you need.

It can be a focal point for your balcony where you can grow some plants beautifully. You can add some shelves on one side to put the small plants or start-seedling. In the other part, you can grow the taller plants.

Pop Plastic Bottle Greenhouse

Pop Plastic Bottle Greenhouse
by John Rutherford

If you feel guilty of having so many plastic bottles, you can deal with it by upcycling it. You can make a greenhouse from the bottles. You will need the iron materials for the frame.

After all, you have to set the bottles on it. In the other side, you need to install polycarbonate clear wall panels. After all, you can put the wire rack to put the potted plants.

Cute Greenhouse

Cute Greenhouse
Melissa

If you want to make your backyard looks adorable and want to ask your children on creating a diy project, this project is dedicated to you. It is one of the best ideas to make a multifunction greenhouse. It can be a focal point on your backyard since the decoration is cute.

You can ask your kiddos to paint the cute farm decorative on the panel glass like this together. Once you have finished assembling the greenhouse, you can put the plants and see how beautiful it is.

DIY Classy Greenhouse

DIY Classy Greenhouse
via Hometalk

A greenhouse in your garden can be the best alternatives where it can protect your plants and beautify your garden at the same time. We all know that a beautiful garden will increase the value of your house.

You can make the greenhouse next to the fence with the wooden frame and the cinderblock to ensure it would be a sturdy greenhouse. After that, you can start to assembly the windows and the door. For the painting, you can choose any other color as you wish.

Tips: But if you want to make a classy greenhouse, white color can be the best choice.

After all, you can put the plants in your greenhouse. The colorful flowers will be a great option where you can see them from the outside.

DIY Umbrella Greenhouse

DIY Umbrella Greenhouse
Garden Therapy

There will always be a new way for creativity. When it comes to gardening, this idea is worth trying. Besides easy to follow, you don’t need any of the materials which hard to find.

You only need to use a clear umbrella and a wooden container. Before you start gardening, you have to prepare the soil which contains rich nutritions. After that, you can plant the seeds and cover it with the umbrella.

Unbreakable Greenhouse

Unbreakable Greenhouse
via handymanmagazine.co.nz

If you are wondering what is the best material to make a clear and unbreakable greenhouse, polycarbonates panel is all that you need. This greenhouse is made out of the polycarbonates panel with aluminum framing and wooden floor.

You have to install some shelves so that you can put much more plants. also, it can be the best place to start-seedling and put the small plants.

The materials you will need to make the unbreakable greenhouse are:

  • Spirit level
  • Tape measure
  • Large carpenter’s square
  • 75mm stainless steel or Climacoat bugle batten screws
  • Cordless drill-driver
  • Phillips head screwdriver
  • Large tent pegs (optional)

Cold Frame Tent

Cold Frame Tent
diy.dunnlumber.com

Some people might think that making a greenhouse would spend much money and need a spacious area. Actually, it depends on your needs. You can even make an inexpensive mini-greenhouse within 3 hours with the following materials:

  • 1 – 1″ Birch Dowel
  • 3 – 1″ x 2″ – 8 ft. White Wood
  • 1 – 2″ x 2″ – 8 ft. White Wood
  • 150-Grit Sandpaper
  • 1 1/4″ Exterior Screws
  • 10 ft. x 50 ft. x 6ml Clear Polyethylene Sheeting
  • 3/8″ Staples

You can put it in your backyard, where you can start-seedling the food corps for the upcoming season.

DIY Covered Greenhouse

DIY Covered Greenhouse
swingncocoa.blogspot.com

It is always a good decision to install a greenhouse in your backyard. It can be your food corps supplier when winter is coming. A greenhouse can protect your plants from unwanted weather or wind.

You can make the wooden bed to grow the plants and cover it with the wrapped cover made out of PVC and wire. The wire will strengthen the plastic from the bad weather. In the other side, you also need to attach two hinges which make it easier to open and close the cover.

Solar Heated Greenhouse

Solar Heated Greenhouse
Picture by Kenton Knowles

Either you love farming or not, growing your own food crops is always a good decision which worth trying. And if you want the best greenhouse which works as effectively as possible, this solar-heated greenhouse is all that you need.

You can also make this greenhouse as a guest house where you can enjoy the night warmly on the bed upstairs. Since this greenhouse contains lots of glass on the south wall, they can provide light and heat which make the room warmer.

Stylish Greenhouse

Stylish Greenhouse
via montanawildlifegardener.blogspot.com

If you want to add the value of your house, you can start from the garden you have. It means that you don’t need to spend much money to make a fabulous house when you are on a budget.

You can make a stylish greenhouse in your garden which aesthetically pleasing, and also functional at the same time. Adding a vintage chair beside the yellow sink inside the greenhouse is a good decision to make it looks adorable. In the other side, the exterior design makes the greenhouse looks admirable.

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