DIY Pop Soda Bottle Greenhouse

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One thing that is on my wish list for my garden is a greenhouse. I have looked at various plans and designs on the internet, but have still not been able to make up my mind on which one to tackle. Just today, I ran into the plans for how to build a pop soda bottle greenhouse and they grabbed my attention. I like that these plans recycle plastic bottles which would have otherwise found their way to a local landfill or maybe a recycling plant. I also love that it does not look hard to assemble, more time consuming.

DIY Pop Soda Bottle Plans

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • Empty Plastic 2L Soda Bottles
  • Tires
  • Rain Water Barrels
  • Reclaimed Wood For Framing
  • Nails
  • Hammer
  • Knife
  • Pea Gravel

When you are selecting the area to build your make sure you choose an area that receives a lot of sunshine. If it is possible, try to make your greenhouse face just east of south. This will use the sun in the morning to heat up the greenhouse very early. The main frame is what will hold this whole structure in place. The bottles will just act as the walls that capture the heat from the sun. Cut the bottom of the bottle off, and slip them one on top of another. This makes the tubes you then put side by side to create your walls. The tires are used to build the foundation. This is a very green eco-friendly solution. Start collecting those plastic soda bottles today.

You can follow step by step instructions from, here…

DIY Pop Bottle Greenhouse Plans


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