The saying is "If a blue house is made of blue bricks and a red house is made of red bricks what is a green house made of?" Well it is made out of glass. A lot of people think it would be made out of green bricks because if a blue house is made of BLUE BRICKS and a red house is made of GREEN BRICKS it only makes since that it would be green bricks. But its not. The answer is "Its made of glass!"
it was made out of glass... green house.. get it.?
A greenhouse is made out of glass or at least some sort of translucent plastic. (This is a trick question since folks will likely say green bricks.)
House of Commons Green House of Commons Information Office Factsheet G10 originally from France, but it was later made in England too from the sixteenth .Later, green morocco leather replaced cloth for the seating.
Glass! Its a trick question. They want you to say green bricks!
No it is made out of glass. This is a common trick question.
glass of course its the greenhouse it protects the environment
It is namely from CO2. That's why there is enormous green house effect there.
By following the pattern, one would conclude that a green house has green bricks. However if meant as a trick question and using the pun, a greenhouse is made of glass, not bricks.
The Green House was created in 1966.
This question can be answered two ways, the first is that you are referring to the colour of the green house, in which case the house would be green. However If you are in fact referring to a "greenhouse" then the answer would be that a greenhouse is made of glass, therefore it has no colour other than the colour you can see through it
White house and green house (gas) both of causes for global warming. White house planting insidious hemlock that made a deadlock between east and west which could cause gridlock across the world.
Green house gases in atmosphere like CO2.
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Green House Project was created in 2003.
Jonathan Green House was created in 1720.
Sherwood Green House was created in 1810.
Glass, plexiglass, glass covered in thin translucent plastic sheeting, usually.