Your greenhouse is far more than just somewhere to keep your seedlings before they go out into the big wide world of your garden. It’s a perfect place to while away the hours, reap the rewards of your work, and also enjoy time to yourself, de-stress, un-wind, and get your hands good and dirty in one of the very best ways you can.
The only issue with this is that a greenhouse can be rather cramped at times, and not organising well can often make your space seem much smaller than what it actually is. We’ve got a few suggestions on how to free up all of the space you can in your greenhouse.
1 – Invest in Custom Greenhouse Staging
One of the best ways of which to free up space in your greenhouse is getting a greenhouse staging solution set up. In order to really use every inch of space, a custom, heavy duty greenhouse staging solution is the order of the day.
It doesn’t have to break the bank either – there are greenhouse staging manufacturers which can get you a great deal on a quality product which will last years and years to come.
2 – Zoning is so important
When you’ve got your staging all set up and good to go, you’ll want to see how you can use the space it provides best. You may think “but all I have to do is just put my seeds on the staging…” but a lot of organisation goes into zoning, in order to give yourself little areas of which to do your work.
A great place to start is with four areas: A potting area, (and an ergonomic potting bench here can allow you the annoyance of a stiff back from standing against your staging too much!) a storage area (we’d certainly recommend some heavy duty greenhouse staging here) and two more areas for edible plants, and non edibles.
There are only two solutions to properly organising your greenhouse, but they’re an excellent start.
Remember: The saying goes “Tidy Desk, Tidy Mind” and the same can most certainly be said for your greenhouse!