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Thanks OH, nice to know the experienced gardener can enjoy them too, not trying to teach anybody anything, just give folks an idea, that they might not have tried, I have enjoyed making them. I intend to do more wildlife and countryside films next now the garden is slowly closing down for the winter, we had our first snow on the hills on Friday, so hope to go up there soon.
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Last film in the series from my garden, Autumn has well and truly arrived.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2aijKVJSU4
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Another good video, Burnie, do you feel a little sad when you are emptying your greenhouse?

I was just wondering about your opening window clamps…..are they bought items, as I couldn’t see how they work!
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Thanks OH for the kind words, I'm not sad at all, lots of hobbies to keep me busy and it's only a matter of weeks before the Onion seeds will be going in the propagator, and it will all start again. The window clamps came with the greenhouse, they are an "L" shape that clips onto the bottom frame of the window, they don't look that big or strong, but they have worked well so far. Rhino is the make of my greenhouse, you could try emailing and asking if they sell them.
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Thank you for the information, Burnie…..
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