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a building with glass walls and roof

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There are seats and viewpoints along the next section before we reach Glasshouses village, up the hill on our left.
Diarmuid's on the hunt for the best glasshouses for small gardens, and meets up with passionate allotmenteers who have gone one better and designed and built their own remarkable greenhouses from old window frames, doors and plastic bottles.
GlassHouse Technologies announced the appointment of Steve Sharp as its new chief executive officer.
The Freemen, who want to take back control of the site, say that they do not have the expertise to maintain the rare and specialised plant collections in the tropical glasshouse and they will be removed by the university later this year.
Add other terms such as garden room, sun room, palm house, pavilion, lean-to and porch to the mix and you can see the whole history of protected cropping, other than free standing glasshouses and cold frames, from the earliest glass pavilions of the French in the 14th Century to our modern extensions to our houses.
The upper Walled Garden will re-maia construction area during late 2009 and early 2010 while the glasshouses are erected, with planting following in spring 2010.
THE Great Glasshouse at the National Botanic Garden of Wales has been named in the top 10 of must-see UK gardening attractions.
Jane Wells, from Culturegen, said: "Stafford Borough is home to a stunning range of creative talent and Glasshouses provides an opportunity for that talent to be shown to the public.
A North East glasshouse has been listed in the top 10 sites for green-fingered enthusiasts by members of the Botanic Gardens Conservation International.
Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses, 'The Secret Garden' illuminated trail, Westbourne Road, Edgbaston, 5.
Three rows of battered glasshouses give no indication of the amazing displays stored inside - from delicate orchids to towering trees.
A preliminary inquiry, begun in February 2004, found that Italian glasshouse producers were completely exempted from the excise duty an internal tax imposed on the production, sale or consumption of a commodity within a country on the fuel they use to heat glasshouses.