Re: [gardeners] green houses

Bill Loke (
Thu, 7 Jan 1999 18:07:59 -0500

I would suggest that a good place to start is to decide how you will be
using the GH. A super coldframe like mine, a cool GH, a temperate GH or a
hot GH for orchids and such like.  Usually the desires have to be balanced
against space, and money constraints (initial outlay and maintenance). SIze
is easy. Just figure out what size you think you need and double it. :-) (Bill & Chris Loke)[Z4/5 on a good day]
The Lokeation, RR#1, Kars, Ontario K0A 2E0
Elderberries have more fun than younger berries!
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Date: Thursday, January 07, 1999 3:32 PM
Subject: Re: [gardeners] green houses

Hi everyone.  I hope everyone is enjoying winter.  So far, we have
been really hit by the snow. I am hoping the kids will have a full day
of school tomorrow.  We have had 2 snow days this week,
yesterday and today they were on a 2 hour delay, and I pulled
them out of school early yesterday because the weather got bad

Anyway, on to gardening.  I don't have  a greenhouse, but some
day would like to have one. We have seen kits in Menards, and
kits in various catalogs.  Does anyone have any pointers on what
makes a good greenhouse, and just general tips?


holly zone 5