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Adding attached home greenhouses as a way to grow food is fairly easy to do. You simply need to have the right set of plans and materials for the project.

Adding attached home greenhouses as a way to grow food is fairly easy to do. You simply need to have the right set of plans and materials for the project.

lean-to greenhouse (the sides could be draped with 6 mil poly that would be economical, and could be rolled up or removed in warm weather for ventilation)

lean-to greenhouse (the sides could be draped with 6 mil poly that would be economical, and could be rolled up or removed in warm weather for ventilation)

Lean-to | Glasshouse Collections | Griffin Glasshouses | Beautiful Glasshouses of Distinction | Glasshouse Design Guide

Lean-to | Glasshouse Collections | Griffin Glasshouses | Beautiful Glasshouses of Distinction | Glasshouse Design Guide

Having a small backyard shouldn't stop you from growing any kind of produce that you want! There are plenty of solutions for backyard gardening and a trellis and raised garden box combination is a great example. Cucumber, snap peas, green beans, tomatoes… ah, just think about that fresh organic food you can grow in a small area! Another huge advantage of this system is that it makes harvesting a breeze.

Having a small backyard shouldn't stop you from growing any kind of produce that you want! There are plenty of solutions for backyard gardening and a trellis and raised garden box combination is a great example. Cucumber, snap peas, green beans, tomatoes… ah, just think about that fresh organic food you can grow in a small area! Another huge advantage of this system is that it makes harvesting a breeze.