For avid gardeners, the moderate, oftentimes sporadic, nature of Canadian weather can pose something of a challenge. And while we can’t change our weather, we can certainly combat it. Keep reading for mini greenhouse DIY’s, which will extend your growing season, allowing you to start planting earlier and for longer, free from the limitations of inclement weather. The best part about these ideas? They’re not as complicated as you might think! 

 

Umbrella Greenhouse 

Much like a gal with hair prone to frizz, your plants need protection from the rain. Luckily, an umbrella can work for the former, as well as the latter.  

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Terrarium Tipi 

If a tipi is fit for your human babies to play in, (http://marcandmandy.com/easy-diy-teepees-play-tents-make-home/) then it is certainly fit for your plant babies to grow in. DIY your own plant tipi and safeguard everything from your thyme to your tomatoes.  

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Plastic Storage Containers 

On the more portable end of the spectrum, is this super simple plastic storage container idea. It’ll provide all the protection your plants need, zero construction necessary.  

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Wood Pallets 

So, this DIY will require a little bit of handy work — but only a little! In any case, the work will be well worth it, as the sturdy structure promises to stand up to rain, wind, and pests.  

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