How to Build Your Own Greenhouse: Designs and Plans to Meet Your Growing Needs


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$24.95  $23.20
Storey Publishing
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8.52 X 10.8 X 0.64 inches | 1.65 pounds

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About the Author

For the past sixteen years Roger Marshall has written a regular gardening column for the Jamestown Press. He is also editor of Hobby Greenhouse magazine and author of multiple greenhouse books. Marshall lives in Rhode Island.


"Roger Marshall's book...shows gardening enthusiasts how to grow colorful flowers, tropical fruits and abundant vegetables year-round, no matter what the weather is."

Los Angeles Daily News, January 27, 2007

"Marshall leads readers through myriad options and provides well-organized details on the whys and wherefores of each, along with how you (or a contractor) can design and build the greenhouse to suit your gardening needs."

Arkansas Democrat, March 3, 2007

"The book's strengths are its many and varied schematics and highly detailed, step-by-step instructions for building growing structures, from cold frames for just a few vegetables to a large free-standing greenhouse that can double as an entertainment area...There's even a four-page check-list of what to plan for, materials to buy, and approximate costs."

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, February 25, 2007

"If you are interested in building a greenhouse, here is the definitive do-it-yourself guide. This is the only guide needed to plan, situate and build your dream greenhouse."

Lexington Herald-Leader, June 30, 2007

"If you've ever contemplated adding a greenhouse to your property but didn't know where to start, How to Build Your Own Greenhouse by Roger Marshall will point you in the right direction."

The American Gardener, Sept.-Oct. 2007

"The author gives gardeners the inspiration to take their hobby indoors for the winter months, and then he gives them the means to do so, with step-by-step instructions....Nothing seems insurmountable under the guidance of master gardener Marshall."

Berkshire Eagle