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Make Your Own Greenhouse

The gentleman who built all of this is named Adam J. Fyall. Click on the link and go to his site. He has a lot of amazing tips and ideas, plus step by step instructions.
Materials :

    • 3 standard “cattle panels”.
    • 2 rolls of 10’x50′ clear plastic. User a heavier grade. I used 6 mil.
  • 1 16-foot 2’x’4, 3 8-foot 2’x2’s, 1 8-foot 1’x2′.
  • A package (100) of 8-inch zip-ties.
  • 2 rolls of clear duct tape.
  • 1 roll of standard electrical tape.
  • 2 simple door hinges, and a simple handle and latch.
  • 4 2-foot sections of rebar.
  • 2 20-foot pieces of PVC. Schedule 40 is okay, but lighter grade will work better for this.
  • 2-inch wood screws.


  1. Hi there, what’s your skin material? You forgot to put that in the list of building materials 😉 Thanks

  2. Oh just saw it… d’oh!! My bad

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