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Ask a Master Gardener: The history of greenhouses

GREENHOUSES HAVE ENJOYED a long history as a place to cultivate fruits and vegetables as well as to study and preserve unusual plant species.  photo / Klaus Hausmann/Pixabay

As early as 30 A.D., reports of greenhouses appeared in the writings of the famous Pliny the Elder, Roman savant and scientific authority of his time.

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