A temporary greenhouse permits you to begin growing tender heat-loving crops, like tomatoes once the temperatures are still cool for many summer plants. The greenhouse plastic keeps warmth and moisture, enabling many tender plants to develop burst in mild climates. You do not need a costly or permanent construction to profit from a greenhouse. Plants can be, protected by A simple construction, sized to match a garden bed in cool weather, then you can store it away during the warm season.
Cut a length of concrete reinforcing mesh, using wire cutters, which makes the span 2 feet longer. Mesh comes from widths so cut at a span for each 4 1/2 ft of bed. For example, a 6-foot-long bed requires two 6-foot spans of cable.
Bend each amount of net into a U-shape. Set the U-shaped mesh. If your bed is longer than 4 1/2 feet overlap each amount of net.
Hammer a stake 12 inches to the ground at every corner of the net covering, using a mallet. Anchor the net to the stakes with a length of cable or plastic zip ties.
Cover the net with a span of transparent plastic. Bricks place stones or weights around the edges of the plastic so that it doesn’t dismiss the mesh framework. Clip the plastic and along any seams with clothespins to anchor it.
Decide on a thermometer inside the greenhouse. If the temperature inside rises above 75 degrees Fahrenheit, the vinyl back to ventilate the greenhouse. Close the vinyl before sunset or when temperatures inside fall below 65 degrees.