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It comes to us all at some time in our lives, not moving house but reducing greenhouse space.

I’ve reached a time in my life when I can no longer manage to work with two greenhouses and have been forced to have one removed.

This has left me with large quantities of pots, hanging baskets, growing trays, tubs, and planters of all shapes and sizes, plus deep containers for plants needing to grow deep roots.

Any greenhouse owners or members with large gardens, who might like to liberate these items, rather than forcing me to send them to the tip, please feel free to call me on (023) 9238 9116.

Schools or garden clubs, please ring me if you can arrange collection. I’ll be pleased to see you. If you are in Southsea, the community gardens at Canoe Lake are always pleased to share and swap seeds, plants and cuttings you have spare.

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