So I am starting to sell organic seedlings this spring, and I don't exactly have a lot of room to start all my plants indoors. Seeing as how I have over 40 different varieties on order, I needed to come up with something that could accomodate the orders. Looking online I found all of these different plant stands that cost anywhere from $150-$250. There was no way I was going to drop that kind of cash on something like that with a semi-limited budget. I started racking my brain trying to come up with an inexpensive way to do this. Of course, PVC. I have built things in the past with PVC that worked out just fine. I just needed to come up with a design that could be easily broken down when I was done with it, and this is what I came up with. It's three tier, is able to hold up to 12 trays (if need be), and I swapped out the shorter legs on the bottom two with longer cuts so I could raise the lights as the plants grow after potting up. Total cost: $22. It works great and took me less than five minutes to put together. I also built two 24"x48" trays to put the grower pots on for easy transporting when they are ready to be hardened off. Great and inexpensive solution!! Just thought I'd share.