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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2007 10:18 am    Post subject: Hi just joined from Waterford/ What Glasshouse? Reply with quote

Hi, I'm just starting a veg patch in my new garden. I've sown some spuds, cabbage, peas & courgettes. I would love a glass house for tomatos etc. (Have been using plastic one for last few years, last winters weather has seen that off). I have looked in Atlantic, B&Q and some garden centers. Halls look a good product but I can't seem to get the one I've seen on their wed site in Ireland. Have anyone out there got glasshouses, if so what do you suggest and where did you purchase.
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