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  • Steve G Fort Collins, CO
    How cool. Thanks for the inspiring idea.
  • Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL
    Very inventive, Walter. Do you worry about condensation and your wood floors?
  • Dee W Rock Creek, OH
    I have a spot on my enclosed porch this would be perfect. thanks Walter
  • Bonnie Isabelle Franklin, NH
    I love this. Maybe I can make one that I could adapt to sit on the windowsill for the herb garden I want to plant
  • Patricia H Ecorse, MI
    My unheated sunporch has a cement floor. I cover all the windows with clear plastic, then use electric heaters to warm. Even my 'tropicals' survive our Canadian winters.
  • Jeanette S Atlanta, GA
    Hi Walter, we have a back screen porch and my son found a roll of heavy clear plastic at a salvage store that had grommets in it. He put up screws and hung it so he could keep his "babies" over the winter (my son is a plant nut like his mom). On those
  • Michelle McCarthy Drexel Hill, PA
    This is perfect! Thanks for posting!!
  • Gayle P. Milton, FL
    I love these things you use everyone is so creative.
  • JANIS S Hugo, MN
    I always wanted a greenhouse to get the jump on gardening. Nice work!
  • Tami Somerset, CA
    Wonderful Idea...I have the perfect place for this. Thank you for sharing.
  • Margaret Jensen Dunkirk, NY
    awesome, my sun porch isnt heated either
  • Rain Dropps White Lake, MI
    We recently put up a small "warm room" in our basement. We live in a snow state so starting seeds outdoor is not going to work. I read that to start seeds indoors the temperature needs to be at least 75 degrees. We have a walk out basement. Can you give
  • Rain Dropps White Lake, MI
    Here's the photo of the warm room. TY, Rain
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