Greenhouses – How To Build a 4-tier Gardman Greenhouse Easy & Cheap in minutes!

Greenhouses – How To Build a 4-tier Gardman Greenhouse Easy & Cheap in minutes!


In today’s video I am going to show you how
to build a mini 4 tier greenhouse for a very low price.
This is a greenhouse product which will easily let you grow plants,
Start seeds in a green house And achieve the next step towards creating
a great home garden. The product we are going to see today is available
for a very cheap price Even if you had to create your own product
you would have to spend a lot more. See the video description for the product
link. So this is how the green house is packaged
Its a neat little package which requires a little bit of an assembly
and I am going to show you the steps to assemble in the next section
And the good news is this assembly requires NO tools at all!
You can do it all by your hand This is a 4 tier greenhouse which means
that you’re going to have 4 shelves or 4 rows of space
That you can keep your containers or keep your seed starting mixes at. So the items are all packaged very neatly Let’s take out all the components and see
what we got here. The product basically consists of several
shelves with sides that you can see right here
And then there are the vertical and horizontal poles
that you attach to the sides which you see here
And there are also wheels which go on the bottom
So you can easily move your green house These are the shelves on which you will eventually
place your plants And then have the plastic cover which is right
here that creates the green house effect The first thing you should do is identify and recognize all the parts That gives you a little bit of an idea about all components that are there Start by fixing the bottom wheels on the bottom most rack
So there are 4 wheels, two on each side And we’re going to do the same thing on
the other side of the bottom shelf as well Fix the wheels, they go in very easily And that’s how they would look like once assembled. And then what we are going to do is build
one tier first, starting from the bottom most tier moving
on to the top. Now I noticed that the flat side should be
facing up So when I was putting the wheels the rough
side was facing up So just in case you make the same mistake
Its just a handy tip to know that the good looking side should be on the top And these are the side posts that connect the racks There are two long ones which connect to the other end And there are the vertical ones the small ones which get connected like that And now your first tier is done Now we’re going to begin assembling the second tier
And the process is just the same, You install the side shelves just like that Just make sure that the holes are pointing towards each other that way
You can put in those long sticks And create the next level And now our last step is to install
the roof of the green house All the tiers have now been created So installing the roof is pretty easy, You just slide it on to the top most shelf
and it snaps in place So the green house is now looking like a house So now what we will do is go ahead and install
our shelves The shelves or the racks that will hold your
containers, your seed starters etc And since this is a 4 tier greenhouse they
provide 4 shelves or 4 trays or 4 racks So our assembled greenhouse is looking pretty good The frames look all nice And the shelves are in place And the final thing to do is to add the plastic cover This is the plastic cover which creates the greenhouse effect And it has zippers – there are two that right up all the way So let’s get into action right away I am going to keep some seeds to start with Seeds which start in a greenhouse germinate quickly As the greenhouse conditions are ideal And the moisture prevents the seeds from drying
out as well And just for experiment apart from these seeds… That should germinate a lot better inside this greenhouse I am also keeping a couple of curry leaf plants The curry leaf plants love humidity and moisture
So I’m just going to try and see How they do inside this greenhouse So lets close this up And our greenhouse is completely assembled Now I assembled this greenhouse in this area which is actually our atrium area Now the atrium area is a nice place to keep the greenhouse Some people also add a fan and some furniture to the atrium area
And that is what its called a California room here in California Now i did keep this greenhouse in the atrium for sometime But i moved it to the back yard later because its just easier for me
to work with the greenhouse if its in the back yard So here is the greenhouse in action The two zippers are a bit flimsy but ok
I mean they don’t slide like very easily You cant do it with one hand this one’s OK Well i just hope they continue to work well because the zippers
are an important part of this green house And I’m growing all sorts of seeds inside
this now And hopefully they should be germinating soon Oh some of them already started germinating pretty quickly So that’s really the advantage of a green house The seeds germinate very quickly with the humid temperatures inside And there are a lot of shelves here i have not even used like 50% of the shelves And the good thing is if you have tall pots or tall plants
You can just get rid of one of these shelves and let you plant grow thru like 2 tiers So lets close this zip So i hope you liked this mini green house
A green house will add a lot of possibilities to your growing
Especially if you have severe winters So I encourage you to try it out
For this price you cannot go wrong Happy Gardening!

13 thoughts on “Greenhouses – How To Build a 4-tier Gardman Greenhouse Easy & Cheap in minutes!

  • I use the aluminum turkey pans for seed starting and light reflection when the seeds have been germinated. They do come in handy in a lot of ways. You could probably fit two on each shelf to keep the small pots from falling.

  • These do groan under the weight of a few trays of seedlings, and leaning one side or the other after a wind, but hey, they are cheap as hell. I just have some stakes one side to stop it falling over in case we have a very windy day. A heavy pot in the base helps too in case you haven't put much else in it yet.

    If the side parts were metal or more heavy duty plastic, and the tubes stronger/fit more securely, it could be a really long lasting strong product. Shame there's no premium versions that I've seen – a mesh exhaust vent would also be awesome. I was thinking of silicone the tubes into the frame to make it more rigid but then I wouldn't be able to take it apart end of season.

  • I have the 2 tier mini educational insights greenhouse. I'm wondering if it is the same company as for your greenhouse? I would like to put wheel on mine but not able find the right posts to fit mine. Any ideas?

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