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Re: greenhouse


Gads, by the time you get plants going in that thing you'll have to give
up outdoor gardening altogether, possibly even your job, vacations,
movies, etc.  I'm picturing, like, a sixteen hour daily regimen of
pinching and pruning!

Dean


On Thu, 31 Aug 2000 20:27:58 -0500 (CDT) Pugturd@aol.com writes:
> Well the greehouse is starting to look good. It is gigantic. 28 feet 
> tall 30 feet wide and 72 feet long. 
> I have been taking pictures of the progress. The amish are building 
> it and I plan to post all the coast of the whole thing. That is if 
> people are interested in how much it coast to build something like 
> this. 
> 
> I already have plans for the artificial rock and waterfalls. Also 
> decided to have a walk way on the top were the cross beams will be. 
> So hopefully people will be able to walk about 13 feet up looking 
> over the whole thing. Well i will try and keep everyone informed on 
> the progress. 
> 
> Look forward to haveing help filling the greehouse full LOL
> 
> 





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