In this post I share a quick video and more from my dome greenhouse plastic update. You will see a video and images featuring tips on growing productively out of season. BONUS.. 2 awesome vlogs in this post.
Dome Greenhouse Plastic Update
On YouTube I titled the video ‘2 snakes in the tea tree’ because that is what gets attention. Not sure I should have focus so heavy on that but its TRUE! There are 2 large snakes in my dome greenhouse and in this video you will see them.
This video is part of my Bren Haas Channel feature on YouTube and other networks. If you have issues viewing this please be sure to reach out to me on my website.
NOTE: The video above featuring the snakes were just as we were redoing the inside plastic for winter.
About The Plastic on Dome Greenhouse
Over the past 2 winters we’ve learned so much about keeping this space cozy for the plants grown out of season. There are many different types of plastics on the market today. In the video feature I talk about the plastic wrap we used the year before. This plastic totally broke apart by middle summer the following season. This year we are using a ‘house wrap’ that you can find locally for a great price or on Amazon. Follow my website under the dome category for updates on how this plastic works for the interior. Of course I want to note that I do not recommend using any of these plastics on the outside of the structure if growing in Ohio during the winter. I am still a fan of the bubble wrap or Solawrap plastic on the outside. You can also use a greenhouse quality plastic for outside the structure.
About the Dome Greenhouse
Below are a few of my favorite post featuring my dome greenhouse. This is truly the Taj Ma Hal of greenhouses!
Highlights of Plastic on Dome Greenhouse
What did you think of the snakes in the tea tree. I LOVE having my very own tea tree in my Ohio garden. It is so much fun to have something as unique as this tree on my property. Of course the tree wouldn’t survive outside in my hardiness zone so the greenhouse is super important to stay above freezing so I don’t lose it.
Stay Tuned… I am sure this will not be the last inside wrap we use!