I have been looking at some member's grow areas/greenhouses, and I am jealous. I would like to have your opinion on how, if anything, could be improved. I have had my greenhouse for about a year and a half and I have had a few issues which look like being finally resolved. My greenhouse is a 10x12' and it gets full sun from late winter to just beginning of December. Here in Ireland, it rarely ever gets about 75F and before this winter, below 25F. In summer, it is daylight until about 11pm, winter about 4pm. I got a new electric heater which draws in the greenhouse air, adds any required heat to keep it at the desired temperature, which at the moment is about 60F. It send out the heated air via a perforated plastic tube and it keeps the greenhouse at an even temperature. I also have lined it with bubblewrap(which I leave up all year). I have noticed that without any supplemental humidity, that the greenhouse stays at about 75-85% and when I water, it can go as high as 95%. As it gets a bit drier in our summer, I was thinking of getting a small hydrofogger, connected to my rain barrel. The plants are doing ok. My cattleyas, paphiopedilums, and others are looking healthy and some are starting to flower. I would like to get people's opinions on what else I would need to do to get that exuberance I see in some peoples plants. I have attached a few pics of my greenhouse. Apologies for the quality.