So I bought a pipe bender and made this greenhouse out of EMT (Electrical metallic tubing) and 6 mil uv poly plastic. I live in Central Texas so I really only have to worry about occasional freezes such as tonight where the temp is around 23 F. I kind of hurried on this one, it took only a day because I was trying to beat the arrival of a cold snap. Originally this was built to house my curry leaf trees. My tallest one is now 7 feet and two others are pushing 6'. They don't fit inside the house anymore! The photos were taken right before I quit working on it so it doesn't have any plants inside. The 'apron' of plastic on the ground is tucked inside now as well. Later I moved a dozen curry leaf trees into it. Note that it is very close to the corner of the house. There is a dryer vent right there about 2.5 feet away.. I have added some dryer duct and it now pumps warm humid air when we wash clothes on a cold night. As I type this it's 23 degrees, but it's 51 inside the greenhouse. I noticed you can even see the back of the dryer in the window on the second pic. We are doing a lot of laundry this week. For summer I intend to remove the plastic and install a shade cloth for the curries. Sorry about my messy backyard. You can see I don't like mowing grass. You can also see a couple of beehives in that one photo. One is empty (the closer one with the lid on the ground next to it) and the other one further back has bees inside. The other two beehives are almost perfectly blocked from view by the pecan tree. It's roughly 10x10 and about 8.5' tall in the center. With the table included I used 28 pieces of 10' EMT conduit, about 200 screws, 1 4x8 plywood for the table top, 24x24 sheet of 6 mil uv poly plastic and a few pipe fittings and some plastic clamps to hold the poly-plastic to the frame. Took about 6 hours by myself. Next winter I will plant some cabbages and maybe some swiss chard -seems a shame to use it just for curry leaf trees. Just curious, do you know what a curry leaf tree is?