My Temporary Greenhouse

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While waiting for a permanent greenhouse, hubby built me this temporary one on the deck. I only use it to get a jump start, and mostly for flowers. It is built in sections, very easy to put up, take down, and store in the garage.
Please pay no attention to the deck, it needs maintenance:D

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Lovely plant room. Reminds me of my old lean to which is better than my present lean to. You're going to benefit a lot from it.
 
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Hey, it's a greenhouse, so that works for me.I think everyone should have one. It looks like you have it packed full of healthy plants. Looks like it is doing the job you want at the moment. Two green thumbs up!!!
 
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Lovely plant room. Reminds me of my old lean to which is better than my present lean to. You're going to benefit a lot from it.
Thank you! :)
Hey, it's a greenhouse, so that works for me.I think everyone should have one. It looks like you have it packed full of healthy plants. Looks like it is doing the job you want at the moment. Two green thumbs up!!!
Thank you! :)
@Gemma nice one. May I borrow your husband... just for carpentry work mind :)
Sure! ....but first he needs to finish relocating the staircase of the deck, help me build the second pond, build the permanent greenhouse, and renovate the kitchen
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Good idea that you can dismantle it and put it up again.
 
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Good idea that you can dismantle it and put it up again.
It's really easy!.... every section comes down still wrapped in plastic, so it's a matter of unscrewing (or screwing) the screws
 
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