There are many great reasons to own a Greenhouse. We Doowans have promoted Self Sustainability since our conception. When you have a greenhouse, your gardening hobby grows into a full-time passion and delivers Self Sustainability to you and your loved ones. A greenhouse is great for everyone who loves to eat fresh home grow vegetables and herbs, whether you have hours and hours to devote, or just a few minutes a week. A greenhouse is the best investment a person could make in themselves.
With the massive trend in ”grow your own’’, because of the GMOZ invasion, many more gardeners are finding that if you have some permanently covered space, you can raise Non GMOZ plants in an environment where they can establish to a stage where they are less vulnerable to the changes of weather or pesky pests. The payback period for a traditional greenhouse starts as soon as the assembly is completed. The off-the-shelf polycarbonate Greenhouse Kits, have improved considerably in appearance and efficiency over the years. Most can easily be assembled by two people in under a day at a minimal cost of time and money.
Wonderful Greenhouse Advantages
Here are some of the wonderful things you can do with your own greenhouse.
Have fresh vegetables all year-long!
Instead of harvesting your last tomato in the fall, you can extend your harvest through the year. Depending on how you heat your greenhouse you can grow anything from easy, cool greenhouse crops to warm-weather tomatoes. You will save money over the grocery store produce prices and know that your food is free of harmful pesticides. Plus, one knows what they are growing and this knowledge can be pasted on to their children.
Grow exotic plants!
With a greenhouse, you can grow tropical plants that normally are not found in your area. It’s fun to expand the types of plants you can grow. You’ll be an expert in no time!
You’ll enjoy your gardening hobby more months of the year!
If you love to garden, it doesn’t have to stop once the cold weather blows in. With a greenhouse you can be an active gardener all year! Eating fresh home-grown Non-GMOZ vegetables and living close to the land.
Save money on plants!
It’s easy to spend hundreds of dollars on plants every spring and even after spending all that money, you still may wish you had more plants to fill in your garden. With a greenhouse, you can grow just about as many seeds as you want. Often you have more than enough extra greenhouse plants to give away to friends and family. It feels good to be able to share something you have grown yourself and with the people you love! Imagine giving a Tomato plants away as Christmas gifts. Now that’s a gift that keeps on giving.
Start a greenhouse business!
Do a little market research and see what is in demand in your area. Create a business plan and start growing! You can sell your products to local grocery stores, farmers markets and roadside stands. Harvesting heirloom seeds can be very profitable business as they become more rare. Try growing herbs for teas and wheat-grass for health stores, or hothouse Heirloom tomatoes. Finding the perfect product to kick off your greenhouse business could be very easy and allow the abundance one is seeking. Doing something one loves to do!
Greenhouses are good for your health!
Being outdoors with nature is a great way to get away from all the stresses of the world. In fact, the diffused light in greenhouses helps to alleviate SAD (seasonal affective disorder) and GMOZ poisoning. A greenhouse is just the right thing to lift your spirits and warm your heart! Just what the doctor ordered.
Make friends with other people who love gardening.
A greenhouse makes a great conversation piece. Share greenhouse growing space with friends. Throw a greenhouse seed starting party. Share your harvest and flowers with others. Your greenhouse is a wonderful way to connect with people around you. They will be knocking at your door, for fresh vegetables and herbs. You’ll become the greenhouse expert in your neighborhood. Knowledge is power. Anyone who has done gardening in the open will be applying their knowledge to the greenhouse, just altering it a little to garden under glass. A greenhouse is not always a “hot-house”, as it is sometimes called. Plants usually do their best at temperatures slightly lower and with a higher humidity than is usually maintained in our houses. A small greenhouse can have its temperature regulated relatively easy.
Six reasons why a greenhouse is a great investment:
(1) Raising plants for winter use.
(2) Holding over garden plants to be used as “parent” plants next season.
(3) Getting an early start for tender plants started from seed.
(4) Increasing the possibilities of a greater variety and continuous supply.
(5) Easier culture of small vegetables for winter use.
(6) To propagate, and experiment with various plants as a hobby, or to develop new varieties.
Greenhouses allow for greater control over the growing environment of plants. Depending upon the technical specification of a greenhouse, key factors which may be controlled include temperature, levels of light and shade, irrigation, fertilizer application, and atmospheric humidity. Greenhouses may be used to overcome shortcomings in the growing qualities of a piece of land, such as a short growing season or poor light levels, and they can thereby improve food production in marginal environments.
This new design will offer an all-weather, high wind Eco-Friendly Self Sustainable Greenhouse that will be the envy of the gardeners dream. You might just want to move in and forget gardening! This Greenhouse could become your second home. Not really, but this new Greenhouse will turn heads. We will keep you updated. As this adventure progresses.
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Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment of any kind. I don’t imply or condone the breaking of any laws. Or am I telling anybody to do anything regarding themselves. Nor, am I a terrorist. We are all big boys and girls and can make up our own minds, if the government Clowns would just take the fluoride out of the water supplies.