Winter is coming, and the time to harvest and prep your gardens for winter is almost upon us. We all would love our own garden, and many of us would love to grow food all year round. Alas, some of us live in northern hemisphere climates so growing year-round is close to impossible. Which is why having a good solid, well built greenhouse on the property makes so much sense.
It takes time and planning, and money. Fortunately, there’s a way to do it cost-effectively and inexpensively. Those two things are not mutually exclusive. Doing things cost-effectively doesn’t mean cheap or inexpensive. It could be you have enough money in the bank to build a $10,000.000 greenhouse complete with all the latest technology and gadgets, but also do it in a cost-effective way.
Doing it inexpensively while also adhering to a lower budget and purchasing materials wisely is a happy medium between just throwing together a cheap greenhouse and building something that you can be proud of that will last you years to come.
Here’s a great STEP-BY-STEP article about how to build a greenhouse by The Elliot Homestead.