lathhouse

lathhouse

A structure made of laths or slats to shelter growing plants requiring shade and wind protection.
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Briefly, at weekly intervals at least two seeds per sibship were randomly selected, germinated, and planted in a lathhouse at the University of California, Riverside.
This elevated deck, sheltered by what looks like an oversize lathhouse, seamlessly extends one end of a hillside house near Sacramento.
Before being transplanted to the study sites, ramets were allowed to grow until their root systems were well established; at least 32 d in a common lathhouse environment at Puuhonua 'o' Honaunau National Historical Park on the leeward coast of Hawaii.
An open-to-the-elements living experiment, Taylor Van Home's hillside house just north of downtown Los Angeles was inspired by the tree fern-filled lathhouse in San Diego's Balboa Park -- as well as by the architect-owner's years of living in Brazil.
Move them into a lathhouse or under a tree where they'll get filtered sun and some protection from nighttime cold.
The pavilion serves as a partially protected potting area, storage shed, and lathhouse.
Smaller lots mean that a greenhouse or lathhouse will be highly visible.
It includes a greenhouse, a lathhouse, a solar-energy project, a weather station, and several garden areas.
Sale takes place in the lathhouse area of the park, 1202 La Vista Avenue.
Propagation can occur in greenhouses, hotbeds, cold frames, or lathhouses. The environment must provide proper light, high humidity, warmth, and ventilation.