As a self-proclaimed green thumb, I have always wanted to have my very own greenhouse in my backyard. It does not need to be big and fancy. It should only be just the right size enough for me to fill up with plants and enjoy pruning and spraying with fertilizers. It would also be a great place to relax and forget about the worries of work or at home. Having a greenhouse will also allow me to spend more time with my plants and have the chance to talk to them and ease on them my troubles and burdens of the day. It will also ensure that my plants grow healthier and lovelier than they ever could.
I am still in the process of saving up for that dream greenhouse and I know someday it will become a reality, just as much as it became a reality for me to finally own my dream house, thanks to a real estate agent friend. She also happens to be a green thumb. She and I had been dreaming of our own greenhouses ever since we met each other and shared the same passion for plants and gardening. I’ll be heading over to her place by the end of the month to see her greenhouse and help her with a few more arrangements of the plants.
She shared to me that she had been saving for it for a very long while now and her husband gave her a generous amount for her birthday, to help with the making of the greenhouse. She immediately went ahead with the planning and construction while she secures her plants in their garage, as the plants wait for their new home to be completed.
For the roof of her green house, which is an important part of it all since there should be panels and mechanics that could control the amount of sun that is absorbed and allowed to pass through to the plants, she said she hired the best roofers in the area. She only had one shot to make this greenhouse into perfection so she made sure she hired the best. She was not dismayed by the service company. They gave her greenhouse a very effective roofing system that is very much suited for the greenhouse’s needs.
She also made sure her plumbing system was just as efficient as the roof. This way, the “irrigation” of her plants in the green house was set in a way that is cost-efficient and organized.