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I am going to place a 6'x4' greenhouse on a paving stone base. The greenhouse has a metal base but how do I secure the base to the paving slabs so that it does not move? Thanks in advance for your suggestions! Is this on existing paving? If so, you
I have a plastic greenhouse. Will that keep plants etc protected from frost?Sue lescala wrote (see) I have a plastic greenhouse. Will that keep plants etc protected from frost? Sue Highly unlikely-not without some extra protection
Yes, they can cause problems. I've had them build nests in pots, they like dry conditions so they get in after winter when the compost is on the dry side. I now do frequent checks .Lift the pots up and if compost falls out the bottom it can indicate that ants have got in and disp...
Can anyone tell me how the new polycarbonate greenhouses compare to normal glass ones, and which type would you recommend?
Can anyone recommend an inexpensive automatic greenhouse watering system? I have a 6' x 8' greenhouse at the moment, although may buy a slightly bigger one later, and am often away from home for a few days at a time - apart from my two weeks annual
opinions wanted for good type of greenhouse heater, electric or gas, i like my parafin heater but here in essex the cost is ridiculous, need to get one that is economical to run
Folks, I have been considering getting a greenhouse for my allotment and have my eye on this LacewingGreenhouse - does anyone have any experience of these products? I was thinking of getting the base as well. I would like polycarb due to it being
shed which I would hope will offer it some protection. Any recommendations please Budget?-wood or aluminum? either wood or aluminium. Looking to spend no more that £250 max. thanks I got a greenhouse from B & Q years ago-has done good service Just
Plant hippeastrum bulbs for spring displaysInsulate your greenhouse with bubble polythene for insulationVentilate greenhouses on warm, dry daysUse rainwater to keep the compost of potted azaleas constantly moistCheck fuel levels in paraffin and gas