Posts Tagged ‘backyard greenhouse’

Solar Gem Backyard Garden

My Solar Gem Backyard Garden began with a Solar Gem Greenhouse. The first thing I decided when choosing a Solar Gem Greenhouse was how much growing space I would need. I kept in mind, that a greenhouse is a long-term investment.  My Solar Gem Greenhouse has ample room for growing in the years ahead.  My […]

February Greenhouse Planting

Tips for February Greenhouse Planting  This is a great time to begin some cool weather crops such as lettuce, broccoli and radish seeds. Who does not love  garden lettuce freshly grown in their greenhouse. A great February growing tip. Salad anyone? Lettuce – February Greenhouse Planting : lettuce seeds get planted in rich, well-drained soil  and near […]

GREENHOUSES!

WE STILL HAVE TOO MUCH INVENTORY! Solar Gem Greenhouses are the BEST BACKYARD GREENHOUSE AVAILABLE ANYWHERE!  Solar Gem Greenhouses manufacturers the best backyard greenhouses in North America since 1991. Are you ready to share the possibility to  grow a dream garden, year-round, right in their own backyard? Our one-piece and easily portable fiberglass greenhouses are designed […]

Rain leaks in my greenhouse

It’s raining in my greenhouse, HELP!

This time of year in the PNW can be rather daunting when it comes to greenhouse growing. I just spoke with a customer who called with the phrase above.  As we all know, once the sunny days of September pass, we start to experience a bit of rain. Well, maybe a bit more than a bit! […]

Greenhouse in the snow

The best vegetables to winter garden

With cold temperatures almost here, many backyard gardeners across North America will soon be retreating inside, content to wait out Old Man Winter until a Spring thaw beckons them outside again. But plucky gardeners don’t take lightly to putting the soil, seeds, pots and fertilizer down for any amount of time. Their solution? Gather the […]

easy backyard greenhouse canned vegetables

A July 4th reflection: American self-reliance

From the pilgrims, to Colonial times, to the clarion call of “Manifest Destiny” in our push across the untamed west, American self-reliance has been a proudly defining trait of our nation’s forebears. Today, with financial, climatological, political, and security uncertainties abounding, that spirit of “improvise, adapt, and overcome” has returned in spades. Strength and preparation […]

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The amazing economics of vegetable gardening

By now, just about everyone is aware of California’s drought and the impact it is having on America’s food production and the prices folks pay for their fresh and frozen vegetables. With this as the backdrop, it’s time to look at the economics of vegetable gardening. Dollars and sense – the economics of vegetable gardening First, […]

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Health benefits of backyard vegetables!

Mom was right after all. Vegetables ARE the elixir for much that ails us, much that our body needs for health and balance, and much that our body requires to fight off disease and aging. The health benefits of home grown, backyard vegetables just can’t be ignored. Remember how you stared at your dinner plate […]

Backyard Gardening (and California’s drought)

It seems that with every ominous new story of climatological catastrophe in California, the critical importance and future of backyard gardening gets a little clearer. What was once a quaint hobby for many is now taking on far greater significance, and grabbing ever more headlines, as people across North America (indeed, the globe) are taking […]

More people are saying “NO” to Genetically Modified Foods

With opponents conjuring up images akin to the Frankenstein monster of Mary Shelley’s famous novel, genetically modified foods, and other worrisome trends with our food supply, are sending droves of health conscious consumers to grow their own edibles through backyard greenhouse gardening. Genetically Modified Foods According to the online food advocacy site Bad Seed, “Genetically […]