MODULAR GREENHOUSE DIY PLAN
Because of the modular plug-in design of the segments, two people can easily move the frame sections to the desired location and simply plug them in to each other for a quick and easy setup. Segments can be added removed at any time as well, so you can expand or shrink your greenhouse to suit your growing requirements.
To make your own hoops for the frame, the plan shows you how to make a simple jig that will allow quick and easy bending of the ribs so that they are all the same. Any basic hardware store welder can be used to complete the simple welds, and we also include some basic welding instructions to get you started.
Since everything is hand made using the most basic components, there are no expensive or difficult to find parts in this project. This greenhouse will perform as well as any commercially available equivalent, but it certainly won’t cost you as much. Invest in your own food chain!
Our easy to follow DIY Plans do not assume that you have ever built anything, so every single step is shown with highly detailed photos and clear text written so that anyone can follow along.
Experiment with different styles of raised beds, or grow your plants in pots. There is so much room to customize the interior of this greenhouse to your own growing requirements. Pots can also be hung from the ribs to maximize your heated growing space.
Our DIY Greenhouse Plan will guide you through the steps required to securely fasten a tarp for maximum life expectancy. The design of the frame is often the main factor in determining the lifespan of the covering, and this design will ensure that you get your money’s worth and more from yours.
A greenhouse will work anywhere. It doesn’t matter if you live in the busy city or on the quiet homestead, your thriving plants will enjoy the extended growing season either way! Your greenhouse will also offer some protection from pests and wildlife that might share your harvest since it is fully enclosed and includes a door and closable vents.
If you have been looking for a way to take charge of your food source, then consider a greenhouse. Your plants will enjoy their new home as they get a jumpstart on the season and keep on producing long after most gardens are finished for the year. This greenhouse was built 10 years ago, and is still going strong on our small homestead with the original paint and covering!