Thank you all for sharing your gardening stories with me on how you handle
challenging plants, unpredictable Weather, climate changes and poor
I so enjoyed reading each and every comment and found them very helpful-so
please keep them coming!
We live in North Texas where gardening soil is not great, space is limited, we
are on constant water restrictions and our weather is erratic and hot in
To help out with the conditions which Mother Nature has given us- we have
purchased a small, very reasonable priced and functional Hobby Greenhouse.
I ordered my Greenhouse online and it arrived in a box.
Can you believe it began in such a simple manner and blossomed into such a
nifty structure? (Big thanks to my dear Husband!)
1.Make sure it comes with shelves or at least provides a link on where to
Can you believe my Greenhouse had nary a shelf-hum...
It did in the picture-sold separately, neglected to mention that and for a
Home Depot and hubby to the rescue-really isn't selling a Greenhouse without
shelving like selling a car without seats?
Oh, well we have moved on and even have some sprouting going on-see
those cute radishes, we love them in our evening salads.
Most Hobby Greenhouse are made out of clear-as-glass polycarbonate-
offering thermal insulation, 100 % UV protection, aluminum galvanized steel
frames, roof vent and rain gutters, and magnetic door.
2- You will need to anchor your greenhouse in place.
Hobby Greenhouses are super light and need to be anchored one way or
another. Our Greenhouse came with some stakes to anchor it in the ground.
Because of limited space we could not put our Greenhouse on the lawn-so the
stakes were of no use to us.
Instead we built a wooden base from 4 x 4's and attached them to the frame
of the Greenhouse with screws. (First photo shows this)
I am enjoying and loving every moment in my Greenhouse, can't wait to
start planting those tender plants!
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