Noun(1) a building with glass walls and roof; for the cultivation and exhibition of plants under controlled conditions
(1) Seedlings were raised in a glasshouse during the summer of 1994 and their tubers harvested in mid-September.(2) The use of elevated CO 2 is widespread throughout the glasshouse horticultural industry.(3) Outside, there is a large detached double garage with a glasshouse alongside as well as lawn areas.(4) Pedestrian side access leads to the walled back garden, which is mainly set in lawn with a glasshouse and a single garage.(5) Halfway down the east side of the gardens, the galleries join the glasshouse .(6) A driveway to the front of the house provides parking spaces for two cars, while the rear garden is laid in lawn with mature shrubs, a glasshouse , water garden and a dog run.(7) The central glasshouse had two lean-to hothouses, one dry for cacti, the other humid for tropical plants.(8) They cover a whole raft of subjects from garden design to caring for roses, climbers to bulbs, ornamental grasses to vegetables, and glasshouse gardening to herbaceous perennials.(9) In addition to the main house, there is an adjoining office/storage building, a wooden shed and a small glasshouse .(10) The house, which dates from the 1960s, sits on about an acre of well maintained gardens which include large lawns, an orchard and a glasshouse .(11) one bloke tried it and finished up in the glasshouse(12) The plantlets were maintained in the bioreactor for 45 days and then transplanted into a glasshouse ; survival was monitored 15 days later.(13) There's something special about eating in a garden, especially when the garden, with its soaring glasshouse , is home to an inspirational restaurant run along organic, self-sufficient lines.(14) The gardens are bordered by timber fencing and include a glasshouse and numerous flowerbeds.(15) They broke into sheds, broke windows, smashed glasshouses and cold frames.(16) That will add huge costs for those operators who are involved in building prefabricated buildings, barns, bridges, glasshouses , and hothouses.
1. nursery ::
2. greenhouse ::
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