With winter quickly approaching, it was time to finish the inside of our greenhouse. We build it along our DIY Kitchen Garden earlier this year, but the brutal heat stopped us from working on the interior and we left it as a project for the fall.
After painting the beams (SW Palisade) and the floor black (SW Tricorn Black), we started working on the back wall.
This is the wall everyone sees when the door opens, so I knew I wanted something pretty back there.
I am obsessed with propagating plants from cuttings, so this wall was the perfect spot to make a propagation station.
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I was looking to do this on a budget, so I used these furring strips to make the frame. They are cheap boards used for construction and they’re not the smoothest/straightest, but I was able to find some good boards at the hardware store.
For the back, I bought 1x4 boards to give it a little more height.
I used the same screws to attach them to the greenhouse and it was finally time to fill them up!
These are the glass tubes I used.
I’m happy to report that I’m already seeing baby roots!!! Plus it looks beautiful so it was a perfect form + function project!