4 Tier Mini Greenhouse
Give all of them a headstart
A 4 tier Mini Greenhouse is perfect for the home gardener and you will be surprised just how much your garden plants will love their new home!
These little greenhouses can really help your garden get off to a good start. Whatever your plans, it is likely a miniature greenhouse will suit your initial needs, whether you want flowers, herbs, veggies - and especially the raising of plants from seed.
I’ve used many variations of greenhouse and found all of them to be an asset. On those times I didn’t have use of one, I lost up to one full month of precious gardening time.
Why is a greenhouse so useful?
It creates its own environment. Inside it is sheltered, warm and humid. Your plants generally thrive in such surrounds. Though deep in winter outside, they think Spring is already here! If they had voices you’d hear them laughing.
Okay, today we are going to discuss the benefits of owning your own 4 tier miniature greenhouse in some detail.
Growing Vegetables in your Mini Greenhouse
Zucchini avoid getting their leaves wet!
When growing vegetables in your mini greenhouse you’ll need to allow ample space between these young plants if you want these guys to grow at their best.
Best to start them of early in Spring inside the greenhouse. Then bring them out once they start getting too big for the space available.
That’s the time to decide where you’re going to put them, be it straight into the garden or to be potted on. If you’re into a potted vegetable garden, then this is the time to place them into those containers.
The 4 tier miniature green house is great for nearly all vegetables in their early stages. However, there are a few varieties you’ll need to keep an eye on as far as watering is concerned.
The Marrow Family of plants don’t like to their leaves wet, and if their leaves get soaked too often they could come down with a disease. Squash, melons, pumpkin, zucchini all fall into this category. lick here to edit.
Growing Tomatoes in your mini greenhouse in winter!
Yes you probably can! If you live in a cooler region you just may be able to grow tomatoes all year round in your mini greenhouse.
Yes, they will take up more space, because you will be growing those tomatoes to their full maturity inside.
The way to do it? Find a nice warm, protected place to locate your mini greenhouse. In winter it is preferable to get 6 hours full sun or more.
Another tip: Place the mini greenhouse against a brick wall which has exposure to the sun if you can.
Why? Because the bricks heat up from the sun through the day then release their heat into the night, thereby keeping your plants happy and warm 24 hours a day.
Tropical Plants and Others Benefit too!
Grow a wide variety of plants
If you live in a cooler temperate area and want to grow tropical plants, this can be achieved by growing them in a mini green house. And if you only have minimal space, a 4 tier miniature greenhouse will probably do the trick.
Palms, orchids, ferns and other tropical's will do quite well in your mini greenhouse. It will be well worth the small investment involved if you’re into these.
Sick Plants need help!
The miniature greenhouse can also be used as your Plant Hospital. If you have a plant that is looking a little worse for wear, provide it with a new container and mix and place it into the greenhouse for a bit or R and R. Chances are it will make all the difference in bringing it back to a healthy state. Be sure it’s not a diseased plant though! If it is, it could bring devastation to Plant Paradise.
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Sprouting Seedlings in your 4 Tier Miniature Greenhouse
Baby Toms don't you luv'em
To ensure seeds sprout into seedling you primarily need two things: water and warmth. Of course, you need some seed-raising mix and a container, but the mini greenhouse will provide those major ingredients – water and warmth - to give your plants optimum opportunity to thrive.
Once your seeds do sprout, you can leave the young seedlings right there. Leave ‘em there until Spring.
Always, of course, assuming the weather doesn’t get too hot earlier than expected. But even if it does, you just open the door of that 4 tier miniature greenhouse and it will cool the inside down.
To be sure of things, keep a thermometer in the greenhouse. Check to ensure that it doesn’t get above 28 degree Celsius.
Also, if the humidity looks like it is building up too high, you’ll need to open up a little to let more air circulate. I think you’ll agree that maintenance at this stage is simple.
Growing Tomatoes in a Mini Greenhouse
Nearly ready to eat,Yummy!
Starting tomatoes early in the season in a mini greenhouse is the preferred method of many successful gardeners.
Tomatoes love the warmth that is provided under cover including, of course your 4 tier miniature greenhouse.
The extra growth rate you’ll get by starting your tomatoes off early is well worth the effort. It could put you a month or so ahead of waiting for the weather to warm up, so it’s safe to plant outside.
Imagine the envy of your friends – who’ll no doubt be obliged to buy a fairly tasteless variety from a green grocer – as they realize you and your family are able to bite into those succulent, mouth-watering home-grown tomatoes!
You get an early start. But not only that, you can then enjoy tomatoes for up to six months if you rotate your crops well.
Below I provide a guide to give you this head start.