Take a look at some of the best Budget-Friendly DIY Greenhouse Ideas for both the small and large space!
1. The Mini Hothouse
A hothouse is used to lock the heat around the plants; you can make a similar one for yourself like above using the tomato cage. Get the details here!
2. Tiny Mason Jar Greenhouse
To start your seeds try this no-cost tiny mason jar greenhouse idea. Cover your seedlings and give them a head start while they are struggling to survive. Get the details here!
3. & 4. Revamped PVC Hoop Houses
As PVC pipes are amenable to pressure and come at a cheap cost, it’s a nice idea to use them! This video shows you how to fasten PVC pipes into rebar stakes to make a sturdy greenhouse, while this tutorial here suggests you to secure PVC on the ground directly.
5. Straw Bale Greenhouse
Made of corrugated roofing panels, this 10 x 14 greenhouse is just what you need to add summer vibes to your dreary garden in winter.
6. The Quirky Plant Home
This sturdy little structure can do a great job of creating a conditioned climate for your precious plants. Get the details here!
7. Box Greenhouse
If you are easily intimidated by those fancy-looking A-frame greenhouses, then this DIY here is suitable for you.
8. Mini Box Greenhouse
This cute little DIY greenhouse looks like the kind of kitchen larder that the fairies would have. Find the instructions here!
9. Hoop House
This hoop house is not even half as difficult as it looks and also gives you a 300-square foot space for growing plants. Find the original post here!
10. $20 Greenhouse
Seriously, building a robust greenhouse can’t get cheaper than this. Get the steps here!
11. Barn Greenhouse
This greenhouse here serves a dual purpose–it gives you sufficient growing environment unaffected by the changes in weather, and secondly, it lends a nice countryside feel to your courtyard.
12. GeoDome Greenhouse
This ingenious DIY is for those who are looking to build something interesting. The versatile design makes it portable or permanent, depending on your needs.
13. Pallet Greenhouse
Another frugal greenhouse project, this one uses recycled pallets to create a sturdy greenhouse that works double duty as a home for your livestock.
14. Greenhouse from Used Windows
Old windows are used to make a full-sized greenhouse. Here’s the tutorial.
15. Mini Hoophouse
For those who are not ready to install a large structure in the yard, this DIY mini greenhouse will help you protect individual garden beds from the cold and frost.
16. The $50 Greenhouse
The fifty dollars is the total amount you’ll need to invest to make this weatherproof greenhouse. Click here for more details.
17. DIY Cold Frame
Learn how to create this cheap and easy to make cold frame following the tutorial here!
Also Read: DIY Hothouse
18. Shed Greenhouse
Follow this very informative tutorial with step by step instructions here to provide a conditioned environment to your plants!
19. Mini Pallet Greenhouse
Made with scrap materials, this greenhouse here needs practically zero investment regarding the time and money.
20. DIY Bamboo Greenhouse
Make this eco-friendly bamboo greenhouse, if you want to keep your plants growing even in the winter. The tutorial is here!
21. The Tomato Tower
Not just tomatoes, this hoop house construction can be used to shield all sorts of delicate plants from rainy days, and for the favorable days, all you have to do is open up the sides. Learn more here!
Place unused water bottles over individual plants that you’ve planted recently. It’s a great way to ensure your plants survive the first flushes of frost. Learn more here!
23. The Cloche
This mini greenhouse involves curvy branches from a conifer tree. It acts as a dependable option that protects the plants from the chilly weather. Learn more here!
24. Basement Greenhouse
The real charm of this underground greenhouse is that it lets you experience the cozy feel of walking right into the home of your plants from your own one. The more of it is here!
25. Cedar Greenhouse
Offering plenty of air and visible light, this greenhouse made from fallen cedar branches can be an excellent, purposeful addition to any garden.
26. Repurposed Trampoline
This trampoline-turned-greenhouse is one of the coolest DIY greenhouse ideas on this list to follow!
27. Yella Wood Greenhouse
This barn-shaped greenhouse gives you multiple options for growing plants; you can plant them in tables inside, or sow them directly on the ground. Find the PDF here!
28. Pop-Bottle Greenhouse
With old tires as the base and two rain barrels on the side, this DIY Pop-Bottle Greenhouse is really an innovative idea to follow!
29. Big Blue Greenhouse
If you found our previous greenhouse ideas dull, this stunning blue greenhouse is something you’ll like. Get the details here.
30. Black ‘n’ Decker Greenhouse
The A-framed shape gives you easy access to all your plants in this functional and decorative greenhouse. See the tutorial here.
31. Tabletop Greenhouse
This tabletop greenhouse is functional, mobile and doesn’t take up a lot of space. Check out the instructions here!
32. Counter Top Greenhouse
If you’re looking for a more portable greenhouse idea than above, this idea is worth looking at. Perfect even for the Balcony Gardeners. Visit Instructables to learn more!
33. The Fold-Up Greenhouse
If you’re someone who tends to slack off from gardening often, this fold-up-and-move greenhouse can be your option. Learn more here!
34. Foldable Greenhouse
Another no-work project for the lazy DIY-ers. Watch the video here!
35. CD Case Greenhouse
If you’ve got access to the collection of CD cases, you can try this DIY to create a sheltered home for your small plants.
36. DIY Umbrella Greenhouse
This cutest greenhouse hack is curated from the Garden Therapy. You can create this mini seed starting greenhouse easily in no time.
37. DIY Old Door Greenhouse
Save your plants from the capricious weather with this space-saving greenhouse made from the old doors. The more of it is here!
38. 10X16 Greenhouse
This multistep woodworking idea is perfect for the people who are looking to install a medium-sized greenhouse in the backyard without spending too much. Check out more here!
39. Pyramid Greenhouse
Made from simple materials like plastic and wood, this pyramid-shaped greenhouse serves the purpose without much ado. Learn more here!
40. Seed-Starting Greenhouse
This seed starting greenhouse can be a boon for you if you live in a cold climate and own a limited space garden. Find the tutorial here!
41. Upcycled Straw Greenhouse
To maximize the sunlight exposure and keep the cold out, build this straw bale greenhouse for your plants. The tutorial is here!
42. CD Case Propagator
That old CD case sitting unused in your store is actually a readymade greenhouse. All you have to do is remove the stuff from the spindle and use a planter that fits within it. Your CD Case Propagator is ready. Find out the tutorial here!
43. Arched Trellis Greenhouse
This arched trellis greenhouse or hoop house can be a great addition to your garden; you can grow tomatoes, beans, and other vegetables in it. Get the steps here!