You've probably seen pictures of this greenhouse made from recycled soda bottles and wondered how difficult it would be to make. As it turns out, the design is rather simple and doesn't require more than basic do-it-yourself carpenter skills. It does, however, require a lot of empty two-liter soda bottles - to a tune of 1,500 of them!
If you'd like to give it a try, you can find the complete instructions from the Greenspace Education Project . These plans make a 6 ft by 8 ft greenhouse with a height of 6 ft, which gives you plenty of room for growing flowers and veggies.
This is fun project for the whole family and makes a great addition to the garden - but you better start saving bottles now if you want to complete this project this spring.
Until Next Time . . . HAPPY GARDENING!
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