I love my greenhouse. I use it for all sorts of things, not just for growing tomatoes. It is my refuge. When the weather is too bad to be out of doors, I can spend a few hours sowing seeds, transplanting, tidying up, watering. I even used to have a rattan armchair in there, for reading the Sunday papers. It is my equivalent of having a garden hideaway. In fact, the only reason I wanted to buy this house was because the greenhouse was already there. The previous occupants hadn't exactly placed it in the best position in the garden, but I was blowed if I was going to move it for aesthetic reasons, so it stayed where it was. We have never lost a pane of glass in gale force winds, mainly because it is sheltered by a huge Willow tree, which incidentally, brushes all the 'Cool Glass' off the greenhouse roof, with its long branches.
I use it for storage of winter vegetables and tender plants and grow winter lettuce in grow bags, which withstand everything that winter can throw at them. So you see my greenhouse is vital to my gardening operation, I couldn't manage without it.
I have plenty of space in there now the Tomato plants have been taken down. Let me take you for a tour:-
What goes on in your greenhouse - could you live without it?