The panels will be approximately 3 foot wide. I put bailing wire through each stack and attached them to fencing stays at each end. Then for extra support I wrapped bailing wire around the whole thing a couple of times. When I put the panels together, I'll wire the fence stays together and attach them to the frame of the greenhouse.
I'm figuring I'll need approximately 36 3' x 6' panels to make the roof and the south end of the greenhouse. It will be sitting on the south end of my trailer. My trailer sits kinda cockeyed so the east side will be facing slightly north, so I plan to use old tires and plywood for that side. I want to stagger old tires filled with dirt in a stack on that wall. It will have a strawberry garden on it and will serve as a solar gain bank. I'll put the door on that side too. The northwest wall will be my bedroom wall and the south west wall will be 4 panels with tapered tops. I'll need to attach a sheet of plastic over the roof to prevent leaks. There will be cracks in the walls, but according to what I've read, that doesn't hurt much. I may decide we need some sort of plastic curtains during the coldest part of the winter, but we'll see. I'm thinking I'll need approximately 425 two liter bottles to complete this project. With a little help, it ought to be doable!
Happy Easter Everyone!
God Bless You All!