DIY Window Greenhouse

7:20:00 AM

This morning I'm making a greenhouse 
from an old window...

I'm using reclaimed 4x4 posts found in my yard...
I measured and cut them into a square the size of the window.

A Master Carpenter I'm not, 
but since this is going into my garden, perfect is not my goal...

I'm holding the corners together with rusty L brackets...
and it worked great...

I leveled the soil and moved the frame into the garden...

I attached the window to the frame with old rusty hinges...

Using a stick I can prop the window open for planting...

I filled the box with soil and it's ready for planting!

I can't wait for this messy little garden to grow...
the plants and flowers will surround this 
beautiful little greenhouse window!

Looks like I have a lot of work to do on that path too!
Back to work!

Happy Spring!


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  1. Sweet cold frame! Love that window!!!

  2. That looks great! I want to do something very similar but with plexiglass though (kids...) - I'll have to keep your idea in mind, thanks!!

  3. Good Morning Susan! What a wonderful idea! I Love it and it looks so simple to put together. Thanks for sharing!
    Have a wonderful weekend!!

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  4. Great idea! I love it.

    {my simple messterpiece}

  5. Susan,

    I love this idea!!!! and ...You have been tagged a Wonderful Blogger! Come see what to do next ...

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  7. Congrats!!! Your project has been featured on HOUZZ today!!!


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