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glasshouse

Brit a glass building, esp a greenhouse, used for growing plants in protected or controlled conditions

greenhouse, glasshouse

A glass-enclosed, heated structure for growing plants and out-of-season fruits and vegetables under regulated, protected conditions. Also see conservatory, hothouse, orangery.
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The sale particulars state: "The glasshouse has been maintained to the highest of standards throughout its life and is 100% complete and fully alarmed.
It had to be single storey as it was originally a glasshouse, so we had to put it on the same footprint that was there originally.
A lot of people think the Great Glasshouse is out of this world - it is the biggest single-span glasshouse on the planet, after all," said the Garden's head of marketing, David Hardy.
The Glasshouse is set back in the beautiful rural location of Hartford Hall, a prestigious Georgian Country Estate.
The D'VineRipe glasshouse project will reportedly increase the total amount of Capstone microturbine power in Australia to 18MW.
At The Glasshouse, which is a short walk from Kew Gardens, he cooks up an adventurous menu which is said to be a subtle mix of traditional culinary styles combined with many innovative modern techniques.
The Glasshouse is drawing top events and big crowds to the region, but is still does not generate any revenue for the council, said the current Port Macquarie-Hasting mayor Peter Besseling, We are working through a business plan at the moment internally.
Gardeners at Glasgow's Botanic Gardens believe someone keeping stick insects as pets decided to dump them in the glasshouses.
The installation in the Glasshouse is an expansive 100-foot long sculpture in a color palette of reds, oranges, yellows and amber.
Mike's track record of developing worldwide channels and helping to lead emerging companies into new markets will enable him to add valuable perspective to our growth plans," said Patrick Scannell, President and CEO, GlassHouse.
Glasshouse College principal Ollie Cheney said: "It is with great thanks to our funders who supported us in transforming another building on the Glasshouse site.