6 Backyard Greenhouse Hideaways
A little retreat for the botanist, these greenhouse hideaways will make you and your plants happy.
If your idea of a greenhouse hideaway resembles a spacious chalet, then purchase the kit for this 10- x 12-foot greenhouse online. It features vaulted ceilings, has two adjustable roof vents and double swinging doors provide plenty of room for tall growing plants and climbing vines. Check out these 11 awesome greenhouse ideas.
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This instant greenhouse is the ideal nature hideaway on a budget. Made from UV stabilized PVC and flexible fiberglass rods, the Sunbubble is affordable, quick and easy to assemble. It’s also easy to store away thanks to its patented one-piece folding design. The whole thing fits in a sturdy storage bag! The next time you hit up a salad bar for lunch, save the plastic clamshell container. It can be reused as a mini greenhouse for starting seeds in the spring!
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Colonial Gable Cottage Greenhouse
This 8- x 16-ft. greenhouse is a quaint retreat for the garden lover. Crafted from wood, it’s both a beautiful addition to your backyard and 128-square-feet of space in which to enjoy your flowers, greenery and favorite fruits and vegetables. Make a sturdy place to relax or a dramatic garden entrance with this DIY garden arbor project.
Ever wanted a sun room and greenhouse all in one? Now’s your chance. This product is an easy way to turn your existing patio into your own sun room and greenhouse hideaway. It features a UV-protected 100% resin frame in a white finish, two covering types that are virtually unbreakable in even the harshest weather, roof panels crafted of 4mm twin-wall polycarbonate, and a hinged door that makes entrance and exit easy. When you’re feeling a little warm, open the roof vent! Here’s another option: build yourself a screened in patio.
This greenhouse hideaway resembles a mini house. It features a heavy-duty, powder-coated and rust-resistant aluminum frame, galvanized steel base, integrated gutter system for effective water drainage and collection, a wide double-hinged door with lockable door handle. And, it can be used all year long. Here you can learn how to build a rain garden in your yard.
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Cedar Storage Shed/Greenhouse
If you want the privacy of a shed with the natural light of a greenhouse, then this greenhouse is for you. Ideal for your backyard hideaway, it features angled window panels made of high-performance thermoplastic that transmits up to 90% of visible light, while filtering out harmful UV light. This makes it possible for your plants to grow and thrive while you enjoy the quaintness of this diminutive space. Check out these 8 game-changer outdoor projects you can do yourself.
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