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Any keen gardener will tell you that a greenhouse, in whatever shape or form, is a great asset that will more than repay your investment in terms of money and space.

The protection offered by these structures can help you to:

■ Start your plants off earlier in the spring

■ Go on cropping later into the autumn

■ Grow tender crops such as aubergines and sweet potatoes well, even in poor summers

■ Produce crops that would be impossible outside in our unpredictable climate

■ Grow in comfort when the weather drives other gardeners indoors

■ Provide protection from certain pests and diseases such as birds and tomato blight So if you are convinced and have decided to research it further, what are the options and what should you look

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