Light, heat, moisture and good ventilation are all required in the grapery.
The vines in the grapery must be watered with considerable care.
Towards the end of the season, all parts of the plant become harder in texture and the grapery may then be more generously aired.
Brick or stone are preferable to woodwork, as heat and moisture in the grapery are quickly destructive to wood foundations.
The grapery is to be heated by four rows of pipes, the object being to force early.
It is less than twenty-five years since the first cold grapery was erected on the Hudson.
The conservatory and grapery are entered from the dining-rooms, which was once a vaulted roofed ale cellar, or castle prison.
A good proportion for a grapery or conservatory, is twenty feet in width by fifty feet in length.
The pipes being also used to heat a grapery near by on a higher level, it was necessary to carry them thus.
This design combines a grapery, and forcing, and propagating house in one.