Homegrown: Winter gardening & how to build your own greenhouse

Homegrown is a Howl video series on urban gardening, farming and Do-It-Yourself projects. Watch Lydia Sisson from Mill City Grows show you step-by-step how to make your own inexpensive …

12 Responses to “Homegrown: Winter gardening & how to build your own greenhouse”

  1. I never see anyone cover watering of these systems. 

  2. or buy 4 or 6 mil, and double or triple the sheets.

  3. Catholic Gazette Reply April 15, 2015 at 5:19 pm

    Check out this video on YouTube:

  4. I’m sorry but little miss red head looks GOOD! Where can I find her at?

  5. that not winter

  6. Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else wants to uncover
    backyard greenhouse plans try *Pyzork Greenhouse Plan Professor* (just
    google it ) ? Ive heard some decent things about it and my mate got amazing
    results with it.

  7. Your make it too hard…simply shorten your PVC pieces and then use a board
    that runs the length of the bed on each side.

  8. Great video Keep up the good work. i live in Hawaii so i’m very fortunate
    not to have to worry about winter ;) but i like to great explanation of how

  9. MIgardener | Simple Organic Gardening & Sustainable Living Reply April 15, 2015 at 8:38 pm

    I love the episode, the intro, and I hope you do more on gardening. VERY
    good information, and I too love doing early spring, and winter planting.

  10. GREAT! My Wife and I have about 200 square feet of raised be garden so far.
    We’re trying our hand at stretching our growing season into Fall and maybe
    Winter. So far, we made a mini hoop-house for late season “volunteer”
    tomatoes from our hens who ate damaged tomatoes. What came out of them is
    growing well where their chicken tractor was! Nights are 40′s F, we’re
    seeing little green tomatoes slowly growing! Salad greens are next in line
    for a mini-hoop house. Thanks for posting this video!

  11. Great Video! Are you worried about ventilation at all with the plastic on?
    Or is opening the plastic for daily maintenance good enough for ventilation?

  12. How and when would you water with these green houses?