I think these are adorable and very unique and no I have not seen this type of greenhouse!
I'd go for the blue one - because I have plenty of those bottles!
That is an innovative way to use up plastic bottles. Colored bottles on the west end would help with that hot afternoon sun. I wonder how long they last in the sunshine? I wish we could fit bottles into our greenhouse frame instead of the more expensive polycarb panels we're having to replace after the storms and hail.
Those are amazing. What imagination to have thought up the use of plastic jugs to make greenhouses from. You are right I have never saw this one before.
I love it..very ingenious and earth friendly..wow
Wow! That is a stunning idea! I wonder how effective it is.
Brilliant, and surprisingly beautiful too! If I'd gone this route, I might have my greenhouse installed by now. Such a clever idea.
Brilliant!!! What an incredible idea! I went to the REAP site and printed off the building instructions. I do not think our HOA would allow it, but at least I will have it for future reference and to share with friends.
I love the look of the recycled greenhouse - and better yet, it keeps the plastic out of the landfill, but what happens when the sun makes them brittle? Over time UV will cause the plastic to break up. Is there some kind of coating you put on it? I am continually trying to find a use for the plastic bottles that wash up on our beach, but always worry about that.
Marcia, thats a very good question. I have no idea. If you find out will you share with us?I assume, you exchange bottles, but I think it will take many years before you have to do it.
Hmmmmm....I think I may have to start drinking bottled water! :) I know I'll be posting to craigslist looking for some! That's an amazing greenhouse, beautiful eco usable art!Honey
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