19 Beautiful Greenhouses For Your Backyard

by Marry Dell

    Why do you love greenhouses? For me, they are one of the prettiest and the most practical backyard ideas. They are beautiful decorative shelters, and more importantly, they help keep my garden growing year-round. In there, I can grow any plants that I love such as flowers, herbs, or organic vegetables .. and all of them grow well.
    19 Beautiful Greenhouses For Your Backyard
    If you are looking for an idea to create a greenhouse for yourself, this post today is for you. Here are 19 beautiful greenhouses for your backyard! With these ideas, they are not expensive but they are very beautiful and useful. And of course, you can really create your own DIY greenhouse with just a little dexterity of the elbows, a little leftover wood, and if you feel especially motivated with your favorite paint. Once they are completed, they will be great places to put on your favorite shoes and get to it. Let’s find out!!!

    #1 Durable Hobby Greenhouse

    With this little greenhouse that is clear exterior like this, you can spy on your plants all day long!

    #2 Baby Greenhouse

    Even a small nook on your patio or balcony can get a little greenhouse love with this space-friendly mini structure. It came together with leftover lumber and salvaged storm windows.

    #3 Colorful DIY Greenhouse

    Choosing a bright blue color is the perfect way to make a greenhouse stand out as a lot of greenery around in your backyard.

    #4 Mini Picture Frame Terrarium

    With this ideas, you can leave it indoors where it can double as beautiful decor

    #5 DIY Window Greenhouse

    This is perfect combination to make the pretty piece by using scraps and items that you probably already have at home.

    #6 Hoop Greenhouse

    This is an affordable backyard greenhouse by using a plastic or metal hoop structure to create a dome structure. Cover it in clear plastic to look easily.

    #7 Flower Bed Greenhouse

    Unlike the other repurposed window greenhouses we’ve seen, they use flower beds as bases.

    #8 Mason Jar Greenhouse Trick

    Looking to root plants, it’s important to retain moisture and control the temperature. And this mason jars provide a quick solution for getting a greenhouse-like effect.

    #9 Recycled Greenhouse Tutorial

    This greenhouse is created by recycled materials. It looks as mini house. So impressive!

    #10 Winter-Proof Greenhouse

    If you live in a snowy area, build a raised greenhouse like this to shelter your plants all year long. It is made out of old windows, and easy to decorate with glass paints.

    #11 Mini Hoop Garden House

    This mini version is also made by using PVC pipe and plastic covering. This one can be built above the raised flower beds where your seedlings are already planted.

    #12 Geo-Dome Greenhouse

    If you’re looking for a more temporary or seasonal greenhouse, maybe this lightweight structure is good option. It is made from wood, with a plastic covering over the openings.

    #13 Repurposed CD Cases Greenhouse

    This little greenhouse is made from 40 upcycled CD cases that are hinged together. It makes a great spot for getting an early start on planting seedlings.

    #14 Outdoor Portable Greenhouse Kit

    if you are lack of space, no problem here. Turn to a DIY kit that can fit your go-to plants without stealing away too much landscape. And you can moving it to anywhere

    #15 Salvaged Window Cold Frames

    Turning your trash into treasure. Great idea! Repurpose windows into a cold frame garden. Simply slide the panes on top during cold weather and uncover for warm days.

    #16 Free Greenhouse Plans

    You don’t have to spend too your money on creating your own greenhouse. In fact, this DIY version is very cheap, just about $745 from start to finish.

    #17 Old Window Greenhouse

    This greenhouse was made out of several discarded windows. A sound structure with crystal-clear glass.

    #18 DIY Rustic Window Greenhouse

    Here’s a greenhouse so beautiful. The owner made it out of antique windows, and the level of detail in every aspect of the final house is remarkable.

    #19 DIY Umbrella Greenhouse

    Looking for umbrella greenhouse covers at your home improvement store or make your own using an inexpensive old umbrella.

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