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Preparing your Greenhouse for Spring

Getting seedlings off to a good start in spring means providing them with the best possible growing environment.

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Greenhouse Growing Guide: Zucchini, Cucumbers

Cucumbers and zucchinis are both easily grown in home greenhouse conditions.

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Greenhouse Growing Guide: Squash and Potatoes

Squash and potatoes can both be grown on a year-round basis in your home greenhouse. 

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Greenhouse Growing Guide: Citrus

Citrus trees such as oranges, lemons, and limes are generally quite easy to grow in greenhouse environments and offer a great way to enjoy the freshest possible fruit. 

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Greenhouse Growing Guide: Peppers

Native to Mexico and genetically adapted to dry, warm conditions, pepper plants like it hot and sunny. 

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Greenhouse Growing Guide: Tomatoes

How do you grow tomatoes in your greenhouse? What about watering times? Learn everything you need here.

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Watering and Heating Your Greenhouse

If you're going to be using your greenhouse during winter in a cold-climate area, you'll undoubtedly need to have a heating system in place.

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Regulating Temperature and Airflow in Your Greenhouse

Proper airflow is essential for healthy, thriving plants.

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Planning Your Greenhouse: Part II

Once you've determined the basics listed above, it's time to get started on building your greenhouse. 

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Planning Your Greenhouse: Part I

The first step in planning your greenhouse is to determine the best site on your property for the structure.

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