Greenhouses are good for extending the growing season at both ends and protecting your plants from the cold weather. They shelter your plants from the cold, rain, heat, and pests.
What does a Greenhouse do? Traditional Greenhouses work by trapping natural sunlight as thermal energy, using their transparent walls and roof. Objects inside the Greenhouse are heated and guarded against the external elements.
What is a Greenhouse used for? People use traditional Greenhouses to grow their own produce, which has only increased in popularity in recent years. Growing your own food means a smaller carbon footprint, better taste, and fresh organic produce.
Why have a traditional Greenhouse? Having your own Greenhouse allows you to learn about different flowers and plants. By growing your own fruits and vegetables, you are able to discover more about their lifecycle and watch the wonder of nature at work.
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