Green houses are quite common and have many uses. You can find many people using green houses to over winter their plants or to get a head start on some vegetables and flowers. How ever you choose to use them they work out as they are small and usually the size of your shed and easily maintainable.
You could also find the large green houses. These are normally used for commercial growing of plants by big business. The varieties of green houses are also quite large and differ based on the owner’s choice.
You could build a variety of ware houses based on your requirement. Depending on your need you could go in for a temporary structure or a permanent one as per your requirement. For a permanent structure you will have to choose your frame wisely in order to withstand the test of time.
Have you seen aluminum green houses? They are perfect examples of temporary green houses as aluminum is light in weight and easily movable. On the other hand if you plan on building a permanent structure you will have to go in with wood.
While choosing the design you must look in to the dome shaped green house. This is one of the strongest possible structures for a green house and ideally suited to places with high rain fall. It looks like a ball cut in half and placed on the ground its looks can actually be deceiving. It is in fact the strongest green house you can make.
The cost incurred initially might be on the higher side because of the green house panels and other materials that you will require in building your green house. But remember that these efforts will always bear fruits because these are long lasting structures and do not require much maintenance.
You may also have a look at the gable green house. These are not freestanding though and need to be attached to another structure such as a building, house or barn.
It most commonly looks like half of a gable house. The type of green house you choose must be based on your requirements and within your space limits and the amount of plants you plan on growing.