A basement or Garage is a great place to either start some plants in your buckets to grow plants year-round!
We are planning to produce some videos on how to build a Bucket Garden in a Garage or basement soon.
The numbers correspond to the numbers on the 'print this list' (click here to go to the list).
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112. 2 X 4's - It would be best to build a lite greenhouse in your basement or garage. Being as the greenhouse would be inside, you wouldn't have to build it strong enough for the weather, thus I call it lite. 2 X 4's could be used a the main frame work for a lite greenhouse.
113. 2 X 2's - These can have a supporting role in building your greenhouse.
114. 1 X 2's - I always have these around for a little support or to build a table for my small plant pots.
115. Clear Plastic Sheeting - Use this to see into the area.
116. White Plastic Sheeting - Use this to reflect the light back to the plants.
117. Gloss White Paint - This will help to reflect light back to the plants.
118. Paint roller frame - it will make painting faster.
119. Paint roller cover - make sure you clean it very well.
120. Paint roller kit - this has everything in one package
121. Heater - You might need to add some heat to certain areas during certain seasons. The type of heater will slowly heat the area and stay warmer longer.
122. Dehumidifier - At times the humidity inside your indoor greenhouse could be increasing the likely hood of mold.
123. Power Strips - I like to use them because of the circuit breaker and on/off switch.
124. Staple Gun - This is a great tool if you are using plastic sheeting for the walls in your indoor greenhouse.
125. Staples for the Staple Gun - You will need some of these