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Have you noticed how expensive plants are, and how inexpensive seeds are? I’ll let you in on a little secret. I have saved a ton of money by raising seedling plants myself. Also, I now know that a large part of striving for a more self-sufficient lifestyle, is to reduce one’s dependence on someone else. It is possible for you to supply all the vegetable plants needed for your garden. Not only that, but you could actually sell your surplus plants to friends, family and neighbors. I’ll let you in on another little secret… every year, I sell enough plants to pay for this greenhouse, over and over again, just by planting a little extra and offering them to those around me. That means MY plants are free! Someone else is buying the extra plants, which pays for MY potting soil, trays, etc. Building a greenhouse can be one of the best investments you’ll ever make.
This design is easy, very affordable and can be built in a few hours. It is also one of the sturdiest and most durable designs I've ever seen. But, the best thing about this is... it's PORTABLE. It can easily be moved to different locations as the seasons dictate. In the winter, you can move it to the sunniest place you have, and let your seedlings get all the sun they need. In the heat of the summer, you can move it to a shadier place so anything you still have in there won't cook. Another summer idea is to cover it with shade cloth and grow heat sensitive plants in there. I’ve used it to start seedlings, harden off seedlings, dry tobacco, and I’m sure it could even be used as a HUGE SOLAR DEHYDRATOR. This design fits nicely into a small backyard, but can be expanded to accommodate a larger commercial setup too. People from all over the world are using this design to build their own. There are testimonials from New Zealand, the UK, Australia, Canada, and the EU as to the ease of construction and simplicity of design.
I hope you will use this easy to follow book to build your own, and feel as much satisfaction that comes from accomplishing your build, as I have from building mine.
Not only that, but I hope this will help you wean yourself off the big box store’s expensive array of seedling plants, both vegetable and ornamental, and grow your own. I’ve even included a link to an 18 minute step-by-step video detailing the simple construction of this greenhouse! So there are no excuses…
The second best thing is that the basic design can also be used for such things as a goat shed, chicken tractor, garden shed, or for housing anything you want to keep out of the weather. By that I mean, instead of putting greenhouse plastic over it, use a tarp instead. You could make a nice drive-in shed for a riding lawn mower. You can even use corrugated metal as a covering, for more permanence. In fact, in the last section of this book, I'LL SHOW you how to make a shed for goats or other things that need to be sheltered from the elements (like garden equipment) by installing a corrugated metal roof. And since a tarp will eventually wear out, covering it with metal gives you permanence. So, if you want a greenhouse but the prices seem out of your reach, this is EXACTLY what you've been looking for!. All total, I built this one for less than 150 dollars. That’s cheap!
You are just one click away from becoming more self-sufficient.