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Enjoyed the memories of working in a greenhouse and you really hit the mark with the plants you suggested for winter growth (here in the south). I could never attempt any of these in my house but I do love to see them bloom so well in cool conditions.
I have 5 acres and a 20x96 ft greenhouse. I am trying to decide if I should focus on growing only tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers or should I try to grow more of a variety
of items. Spring of 2011 will be my 1st growing season with this greenhouse. My greenhouse is paid for, the land is paid for , so in essence I do not have any debt and have very low overhead. I got such a great deal on this greenhouse. It has everything I need to get started except for the double plastic covering. I consider that a small expense since the greenhouse came equipped with fans, heater, evaporative cooling system, electrical system and irrigation system all for the sum of $1,500.00. I have been praying about this business for a couple of years now and when I found this deal on the greenhouse I took it a devine find. I have worked at large greenhouses taken numerous horti. classes and will be working on my Master Gardners certification too. Any advice you could offer would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!