Hello Daylily Friends,
Greenhouse. You can see that the Ground had to be leveled, and that the Greenhouse was erected on 4 x 4 treated wooden boards. The most interesting aspect of the construction, to me, was the corner posts. Very deep holes were dug in each of the four corners of the Greenhouse. Very long poles were then driven into the holes, using a sledge hammer, and concrete was used to fill the holes. The corner poles were then bolted together. Believe me, this new E-Z Grow is not going anywhere, no matter how hard the wind might blow.
e manual cover parts, and instead purchase a fan that will operate from a temperature controlled thermostat. When the new Greenhouse becomes too warm, the fan will then begin to opeate, and keep the Greenhouse cool. I would note that Jeff called me before the men arrived to install the Greenhouse, and at the end of the day he called to ask if I liked the result. I should point out that when the Greenhouse was installed, Jeff was off duty that day, but he still made the calls. I must also quickly say that I like my new Greenhouse, and that Jeff and Atlas are a great team. In my humble opinion there is not a better company for the installation of a Greenhouse in Georgia than Atlas Manufacturing.
come to work on installing the E-Z Grow because he has gone back into the wood finishing business. The two men who helped Roger were Jeremy and Sam Hyers. They are also brothers. Atlas Manufacturing is obviously a good place to work, and to see brothers working together is a good thing. After the installation was finished Little Lily Rae came back out to the Greenhouse to see the "final product." I am pleased to report that Lily Rae approves!
s. I then put the containers of the product on several benches, and opened each of them. I did this quickly so that I could get out of the Greenhouse as soon as I could. I left the Greenhouse closed for about four hours, then I returned and discarded the containers. I turned the heat back on, and plugged in the fans again. The Hot Shot is supposed to kill Gnats, Fire Ants, Flea Eggs, and a host of other pests. I will let you know how things turn out when I again post.
Well that is about the news for today from the Kennesaw Mountain Daylily Gardens.