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Old 01-30-2007, 08:50 AM #1

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Hello everyone. I wanted to start a gallery of everyones greenhouses, so that way people that are thinking about building there own can come here and get ideas and basic info.

1. Post a pic of the whole GH
2. Dimensions
3. Materials used, how much they cost you and where you got them
4. Difficulty of construction on a scale of 1-10 or tell if it was stored bought kit or had someone design and install it.
5. Cold house or controlled conditions

**if I am missing anything else, post whatever pertainent info you have**


**I am in the process of building a fullsize greenhouse, but here are my two store bought mini cold houses that I am using for now, so until mine gets built, here is a little eye candy to get the ball rolling.

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Old 01-30-2007, 01:17 PM #2

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looking green for this time of year. i bet your in cali. are those clones?
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very cool i want to build a green house but how do you keep the humididty down. i would love to grow outside but thats not gunna happen so the next best thing is a greenhouse lol i want a 1+ lb plant lol.
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Old 02-01-2007, 09:20 PM #4

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heh guys thanks for the interest and questions, but lets try to keep this just as a gallery for GH.

I just started a greenhouse FAQ's page for this type of thing, so please repost your question there and I will be happy answer all your questions. peace_highst

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HI all greenhousers, finally we have our own section
my grenhouse: iron construction, glass "windows", 2m x 3m x 1.8/max 2.5m,
spring summer period usable, hard to built - not at all 5/10
shops: local glass shops, iron junkyard, price:too old unknown, here is chronic from 2005)))))
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Old 02-03-2007, 10:48 PM #6

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Hello Gh crew!

Here is a couple of pics of one of mine. Home made poly tunnel does the job fantastically.

Great to have a forum all to ourselves. Look forward to sharing with you as the season grows.

Peace, hhf


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here are a few pics of my greenhouse 06' she was about 9ft x 4 x 6 and cost me £30 .....

unfortunetly she got battered in high winds so im lookin for something new for 07 ' possibly a DIY job!?!

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Old 02-03-2007, 11:19 PM #8

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Here is a 50 year old daisy farm green house i just started using filled in the holes with plastic.

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DIY Very easy set up 3 out of 10
10 ft. x 16 ft.
6 mil plastic, 1 inch PVC, re-bar, 4x4's, zip ties, zipper doors
~$200 from Home Depot/Lowe's
I plan on using a mist fan to cool during summer

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this was more of a last hope greenhouse, but it stands its name...
I used this sheet for 3 of the 4 walls, the remaining wall and roof were covered with plastic. very easy to build( 2/10 ).
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