Hoop House Plans (Do It Yourself )

Many readers of our website have ask me to share my hoop house plans.

There are also websites that offer greenhouse plans for a price and you may want to check them out as well.

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These plans are essentially a durable oversized cold frame intended to grow many plants, including ones of considerable size.

Also, "growing plants in a greenhouse" can provide your family with all of the vegetables you eat or cut down on what you have to buy from the store.

"Starting a greenhouse" requires little upfront capital if you are willing to put in the work. In my opinion, it's easier to care for then an outside garden.

I do not heat mine during the winter months, therefore, it goes dormant.

(correction...I now am experimenting by heating my greenhouse with a wood stove)

It only cost my labor of going out and cutting wood and keeping the fire going.

Just make sure if you go this route, that you have a fan hanging up high to distribute the heat. I also have a sheet of tin hanging about 3 feet above my wood stove to make sure I don't melt my 6 ml. plastic if my fire gets to hot.

Cheap plastic won't work! It will deteriorate very quickly and become brittle. I recommend this product from Growers Supply, It is 6-mil plastic that you can rely on.

Greenhouse Clear Plastic Film Polyethylene Covering Gt4 Year 6 Mil 20ft. X 25ft. By Grower’s Solution

The only disadvantage I can see, is that it is not easily controlled.

In March, I'm ready to begin planting again.

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