Greenhouse Project

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jowwy

jowwy

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Got more timber arriving later today to finish the whole structure, but i wont be adding the twin wall panels or the roof til next spring....im also going to paint the whole structure black.....as even though timber order was supposed to be all the same grade and color, it never turns out that way
 
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No updates as timber didnt arrive til 5 and it was a tad chilly by then……more work tmrw
 
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Well as it was sunday today…i did exactly what i wanted to do.

Absolutely nothing, just chilled and watched the footy, so zero updates im afraid
 
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Looks like a week or so of good weather after this weekend, so the big saw will be coming back out to finish the greenhouse and maybe start some autumn onions and garlic……
 
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Finished all the framework today and started to paint it all in ducksback black for rough sawn timber. Looks really good now and sits back in the space better………im done now until the spring.

Need to save up some money now for the big deck cover job in spring as its going to be 7.5mtrs long and 4mtrs width……gonna be big job on my lonesome
 

PaulSB

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Looks like a week or so of good weather after this weekend, so the big saw will be coming back out to finish the greenhouse and maybe start some autumn onions and garlic……
Are you thinking of putting autumn garlic in your greenhouse? If so I'd advise against it as the autumn planted types require a cold period to crop properly.
 
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jowwy

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Are you thinking of putting autumn garlic in your greenhouse? If so I'd advise against it as the autumn planted types require a cold period to crop properly.
Im not now paul, ive run out of energy tbh…..so wont be finishing the greenhose til spring, but i could have put the garlic into the other grow beds outside of the greenhouse.
 

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It looks really well built. You mentioned polycarbonate glazing..... are you thinking of glazing the walls with twin wall? It would be a shame not to be able to gaze in on your growing crops from the outside of your magnificent edifice.
 
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It looks really well built. You mentioned polycarbonate glazing..... are you thinking of glazing the walls with twin wall? It would be a shame not to be able to gaze in on your growing crops from the outside of your magnificent edifice.
It will be twinwall polycarb, already got the 28 panels in the mancave waiting to be fitted
 
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