Free Woodworking Plans - Greenhouses

  •  Greenhouse
    Build this lean-to greenhouse using the free woodworking plans at the link.
  •  Greenhouse
    At the link you can follow along and build your own backyard greenhouse.
  •  Lean To Greenhouse
    Follow along at the link so you can build your own lean-to greenhouse this spring.
  •  Tabletop Greenhouse PDF
    Grow plants all year long with this tabletop greenhouse. At the link you can download the free plans.
  •  Hoop Style Greenhouse
    Follow along and build a 12ft x 32ft hoop style greenhouse that is inexpensive and easy to build.
  •  Indoor Greenhouse
    Because this indoor greenhouse is made specifically to fit on my table, I have left off most dimensions and given you more of a concept and guide. You can use your own dimensions to fit your table.
  •  Geodome Greenhouse
    Extend your growing season after you build this geodome greenhouse using this free tutorial.
  •  Greenhouse with a Cold Frame
    You can sow the seeds for your vegetable garden early in the season inside this greenhouse. You can then harden the seedlings by moving them to the attached cold frame, before planting them outdoors.
  •  Greenhouse, Portable Plastic (PDF)
    Plans to build a 12 ft x 8 ft 6 inch portable greenhouse made with a wooden frame and covered with plastic.
  •  Cold Frame, Greenhouse (PDF)
    5 x 7 x 6 ft, 2 x 2 inch lumber, plastic, movable. PDF number 5941.
  • More Free Woodworking Projects - Greenhouses

  •  Greenhouse Scissor Truss (PDF)
    21 feet wide x 4 ft spacing, 10/12 slope. PDF number 6311.
  •  Greenhouse, Plastic Covered (PDF)
    Plans to build a wooden frame, plastic greenhouse 12 ft x 14 ft in size.
  •  Greenhouse, Plastic Covered (PDF)
    Plans to build a 16 ft x 10 ft wood-frame greenhouse that is covered in plastic.
  •  Greenhouse, Collapsible
    My design can be collapsed and stored after its seasonal work is done, leaving more room for the garden itself.
  •  Greenhouse, PVC
    Plans for an arched PVC pipe GREENHOUSE. 13ft wide and as long as you want it. Try this inexpensive hobbie greenhouse in your garden.
  •  Greenhouse, Plastic Pipe (PDF)
    Plans to build a 12 ft x 12 ft greenhouse constructed of a frame made of plastic pipes covered with plastic
  •  Greenhouse, Build Your Own Add-On
    Some of us (far more than have thought about it) can afford to buy and erect a prefabricated greenhouse, and some of us can not. But even if you include yourself in the latter group, that is still no reason to do without your very own plant conservatory.
  •  Greenhouse Project
    Build your own greenhouse, it is easy and fun. This project took about three weekends to build. I used a lot of the same techniques used in the cold frame above. Mine is attached to another building but you can make a free standing one just as easy. Use these instructions as a guide and you should do just fine.
  •  Greenhouse, Tri-Penta (PDF)
    Plans to build a multi-sided greenhouse.
  •  Greenhouse, Temporary (PDF)
    Plans for a temporary lean-to greenhouse designed to attach to the side of an existing structure made of PVC pipe covered with plastic.
  • Greenhouses Woodworking Plans for sale

  •  Gardeners Greenhouse Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    This greenhouse consists of a lumber frame suitable for a cover such as a clear UV resistant polythene film. It is 8ft (2400mm) wide by 10ft (3000mm) and stands 8ft 6inch (2550mm) off the ground at the highest point. There are two opening windows that span along the very top of the greenhouse and a door at either end (optional). The greenhouse basically sits on the ground and is held in place by a few stakes around the bottom that are hammered into the ground and nailed to sides of the base. It could be fixed more permanently if required without too much ado, and would probably need to be, if positioned anywhere other than a sheltered area. It is ideal for areas that have just enough winter frosts to be annoying. Choose a place likely to get the winter sun. The greenhouse should not be placed in a potential boggy area without drainage. If the site is a low lying area, then it might be necessary to put in a drain (open, tile or metal) to re-direct any water flow away from the greenhouse site.
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