Well-Loved (and Used) Greenhouses

The first hard frost of fall doesn't have to mean the end of gardening. Check out these greenhouses and get ideas for extending your plant-growing season.
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Powered by the Sun

This charming greenhouse uses solar energy for the exhaust fan, ceiling fan and lights. Recycled windows and doors went into the construction. Posted by Caribou and Coach.

Couldn't Part With It

Says Rate My Spacer buckyb, who brought this little greenhouse along when he and his family moved, "It's ancient and ready to cave."

Greens in the Ground

During the winter RMSer twojayds grows lettuce, radishes, broccoli and other cool-weather crops directly in the floor of this greenhouse, which was built from recycled windows and lumber.

Exotic Jungle

Orchids enjoy RMSer jamescollins' greenhouse.

Huddled for Warmth

Tender plants from the yard will spend the cold Utah winter in RMSer SDEP's greenhouse.

Let it Snow

For fresh produce in January, RMSer SDEP grows tomatoes and cucumbers in her greenhouse.

Integrated into the Garden

Surrounded by a planting bed of its own, this greenhouse is obviously well used. Posted by Pandafemale

Charming Garden Scene

A wide green path through antique roses and butterfly-attracting plants leads to a cottage-style greenhouse. Posted by rachelk

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