My greenhouse project
I've had these glass panes for YEARS just laying around in hopes to build a greenhouse, but it was always either too daunting of a task or I just didn't have the funds. I recently sold the last of my goats and had the realization that their shelter could easily be transformed into that greenhouse I'd always wanted. I had to remove the old tin, fencing and some structural 2x4's (and a lot of old hay and goat poop!). I had to do this with free (or cheap!) materials as doing a full fledged, nicely equipped (and nice looking) greenhouse just wasn't going to be feasable. I've got water out to the greenhouse, but no electricity, I'll have to work on that at some point, but for now I've got all the glass panes up (the white ones in front are whitewashed to keep plants from burning) and I need to do the rest in twin wall polycarbonate panels (that my mom is nice enough to buy for me, thanks ma!). They'll go on the back of the greenhouse (where a lawnmower could throw a rock and break glass) and on the triangular side portions above the large glass panes. So I was thinking of going to Gardeners World in Phoenix to buy these twin walled polycarbonate sheets, does anyone else have any suggestions as to where to buy them, maybe somewhere more eastish? I see them for sale online, but would rather buy some around town if possible. Thanks for any input!
This post was edited by bolt on Sat, Dec 15, 12 at 12:01