Here you can see the greenhouse being built from the ground up.
Here is a beautiful curiosity. I haven’t seen one like this before, have you?
A juicy handful of berries: red gooseberries, white and black currents. They glow with an inner light that only really fresh food has. Of course they tasted incredible too!
A fine crop of onions. The annual crop usually lasts us from harvest until April the following year, depending on how well they store. … read more
This was the first melon we had from the greenhouse in August 2009. It was exceptionally sweet and perfumed – absolutely delicious. So much better than shop bought ones. Over the next five weeks we had a total of 8 or 9 melons from three vines.
PART 6: Timber and rear cladding
PART 5: Construction of the green roof: base and liner
PART 4: How the walls and rafters were constructed
PART 3: Building a concrete base
PART 2: Planning Permission and Design Considerations