A greenhouse can be small enough to fit in a corner of your garden, or large enough for a market gardener, as shown here.
Inside the author’s backyard greenhouse: The wooden pathway covers the worm bins, and there are chicken pens by the door.
Brace your greenhouse to protect it from heavy snow. Ussery uses 2-by-4s as braces — the arrow points to a hole drilled into the board that the bolt slides into.
This “hot box” protects plants that need warmer temperatures to thrive.
Ussery harvests worms from his greenhouse worm bins to feed to the chickens.
A greenhouse can be great winter housing for poultry or pigs.
Plant salad greens in the fall, then harvest them fresh all winter.