Greenhouse build


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This project has taken a lot longer than hoped but at long last the new greenhouse is up and running. Here is how the project went!

 

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The old Eden 10 x 8 greenhouse that came with the house.

 

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The jungle inside. The garden was full of big teasels and brambles.

 

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Greenhouse gone and jungle clearance to come.

 

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Leylandii to fell next.

 

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Cleared site.

 

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Footings for the paving slab perimeter base.

 

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Base down.

 

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Finally up and running. This is Mike's 20' x 8.6' minor/alata/rubra Robinsons greenhouse.

Next step is to assemble the staging.

 

 

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21 minutes ago, Guy said:

Why can I only see the top bit of the pictures?  All the rest is just a series of coloured or black and white horizontal zig zags!

Guy

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Rob

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Definitely a plus point when you're 6' 2"! 

It'll be novel not to have Brook's Hybrid etc getting squashed against the glass.

I also need to repot everything as they've been basically growing wild outside for 12 months. If only it was light in the evenings!

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  • 3 months later...

Well, that was filled very quickly :shock:.  Some really nice looking plants there.  If 95% of them need repotting and dividing, you'll need a sizeable extension already!

Kind regards,  Rob

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