David Kirkpatrick

December 4, 2009

Year-round gardening with a greenhouse

Filed under: et.al. — Tags: , , , , , , — David Kirkpatrick @ 2:54 pm

I did a post earlier this week on composting. Now there are many reasons to compost, but usually if you take the time and effort to turn organic scraps and waste into soil and plant food, you are a somewhat serious gardener. Now that the weather has turned colder, the best way to keep gardening all year is by adding a garden greenhouse to your outdoor tool kit.

If you are looking for a solution to maximize your gardening and personal agriculture efforts, hit any link in this post to head to Outdora for a wide selection of garden greenhouses. You will find everything from very simple and inexpensive options to very large and elaborate structures ready for serious horticulture. Outdora’s greenhouse selection includes the AmeriLux greenhouse and Riga greenhouse product lines.

For the gardener looking for a hobby greenhouse Outdora has a redwood cold frame starter box greenhouse and small footprint lean-to greenhouses, solving the problem of finding space for a larger walk-in structure. And if space isn’t a problem the FlowerHouse farm house is great option for a versatile greenhouse at a reasonable price.

With a greenhouse in your backyard you can get a head start on spring plantings by getting those seeds going long before the weather is ready to cooperate, and the growing and blooming season for your vegetables and flowers will be instantly expanded. And if your outdoor living space includes a water feature with delicate aquatic plants or animals to protect an easy to assemble greenhouse  will provide protection from winter weather.

All of Outdora’s greenhouse kits are designed for easy assembly and don’t require professional installation, and the serious gardener will appreciate the conservatory-style greenhouses designed by plant scientists with space to nurture shrubbery and  trees. Whatever your greenhouse needs may be, Outdora is certain to have the solution.


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