Really? Holy Smokes you still have a jungle in there! LOL
Looking forward to your restocking. Cheers & I enjoy your posts
well there been all most 500 plant sold out of there in last 6 months ,so yer its kinda empty for me, but now days much more manageable , it was just getting to much for me to look after and maintain ,even now it still a bit much for me ,so will cut down a bit more yet , but getting to plants I am not keen to part with now ! but will just have to let go I think .
amanitovirosa yes I used Hebel blocks, quite light weight can cut with hand saw too , and use a glue like tile glue to cement /glue them together ,was much easier than using bricks and cement , all the cutting and gluing took me just several hrs , the prep work took longer, like working with the Hebel blocks was very easy ,all though I paid or paying for it with my back and neck, man much pain for weeks to come. but will be worth it i hope .
Post by amanitovirosa on Jul 20, 2015 21:17:30 GMT -5
...yeah, I kind of recognized those from the Polski Land. They are used extensively throughout Europe, you won't find any in Canada??? I wonder why? They're like masonry styrofoam, easy to work with. Anyways, fantastic greenhouse and plants, I enjoy your posts as well. Cheers!
I don't know if it's the same thing but ICF blocks are used more and more around Ontario where I'm from. They are a rigid foam block that go together like Lego and then the cavity is filled with poured concrete for strength.
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