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Wednesday, 8 March 2017
Quality Greenhouses Save Time and Money

When you think of quality greenhouses, you inevitably conjure up a beautiful Victorian greenhouse, made from the highest quality hardwood, painted beautifully and perched atop reclaimed bricks, with an architectural provenance.

Friday, 3 March 2017
Greenhouse Prices - What's Included?

When it comes to greenhouse prices, do you get what you pay for? It depends on several variables including what that price actually includes and whether you are paying for quality, service or a prime location with generous markup and not a lot of expertise. There are lots and lots of greenhouse manufacturers and retailers, including online and traditional outlets. Some retailers specialise in greenhouses or garden buildings, while others, like garden centres, include them amongst their overall stock.

Friday, 10 February 2017
Essential Greenhouse Supplies

Greenhouse gardening is on the up as more and more people discover the joys of proper propagation and quench their thirst for food provenance

Friday, 27 January 2017
Does it Pay to Buy Cheap Greenhouses?

We all have a budget, well most of us! For some the sky might be the limit for a glasshouse, but for others cheap greenhouses might be the only way to get into propagation and cultivation under glass. You get what you pay for, or do you?

Sunday, 15 January 2017
Small, Medium or Large Greenhouse?

If you'd like to grow plants all year long, extend the growing season or cultivate a speciality that needs extra cosseting in your location, a small, medium or large greenhouse, could be the answer to your gardening prayers. Or how about growing some lovely fresh home-grown produce to zing up your larder and give new meaning to healthy eating?

Saturday, 7 January 2017
British Glasshouses - Shatteringly Good!

In Britain, glasshouses began to appear in the 17th and 18th centuries. This emergence resulted from a need to house the vast quantities of exotic and new plant varieties, which were brought home by explorers and travellers.

Tuesday, 3 January 2017
Start the New Year with a Traditional Greenhouse

For anyone with a New Year's resolution; to get out in the garden more, be greener, reduce food miles, take up a new hobby, improve the look of the garden or just grow more, a traditional greenhouse might be just the right thing. At this time of the year, tradition is all around us and it's amazing just how many of these traditions include plants!

Tuesday, 27 December 2016
When is a Shed Greenhouse not a Shed Greenhouse?

A: When it's a Potting Shed, Greenhouse Shed or Combined Shed Greenhouse or vice versa!

Wednesday, 21 December 2016
If you're Dreaming of a Green Christmas, you'll love a Mini Greenhouse

Who wouldn't want a mini greenhouse for Christmas? For anyone that's passionate about the green stuff; gardening, growing and being outdoors, it's the ideal present

Friday, 9 December 2016
Cultivate your Space and Buy a Greenhouse

Recent years have seen a massive interest in growing your own. In part this has been fuelled by people questioning where their food actually comes from and supported by a vast wealth of books, magazines and television programmes extolling the virtues of home grown produce.

Wednesday, 30 November 2016
The Quintessentially English Victorian Greenhouse

In Victorian times, a Victorian greenhouse was far more than a piece of garden equipment. It was a social setting, somewhere to indulge in afternoon tea

Thursday, 17 November 2016
Where to Start with Your Greenhouse Shelving

You'll almost certainly need some type of greenhouse shelving, staging or work bench to for your new greenhouse or to add to your existing kit. You could spend a small or perhaps a large fortune in the quest for the ultimate accessories for your growing endeavours

Monday, 14 November 2016
Why Build a DIY Greenhouse from Scratch?

Reusing materials, recycling and reclaiming from skips is one way to go about building your own DIY greenhouse. It can help save the pennies as well as providing an immense sense of satisfaction. But why would you really want to erect your own greenhouse from scratch, when there are so many options on the market?

Tuesday, 8 November 2016
Getting to Know Your Growbag Greenhouse

Growbags didn't come into prominence until the seventies. These incredibly useful bags of gardener's joy, were but a mere twinkle in the eye of the green fingered in the 50s and 60s and before, oh how they would have loved one of these new-fangled growing bags, to grace their growbag greenhouse!

Wednesday, 2 November 2016
Greenhouse Glass or Polycarbonate?

'People who live in glasshouses shouldn't throw stones' but what if it's polycarbonate?

Saturday, 29 October 2016
Why Buy a Greenhouse?

Why not! There are so many fantastic reasons to buy a greenhouse and it's on the wish list of most keen gardeners. A greenhouse can turn a hobby into a full-blown passion and it's equally good for those that have hours to spend or those that need to squish in a few precious minutes amongst the hubbub of a hectic life.

Monday, 24 October 2016
Why Greenhouse Kits are a Great Investment

Greenhouse kits are the bridge between building your own greenhouse from scratch and having one fully-installed. Great for anyone that wants to feel they've got their hands dirty in the enduring quest for propagation but don't fancy going the whole hog of designing and building their own.

Wednesday, 19 October 2016
Grow a Tomato Greenhouse to Die For!

The main ingredient and star of the show is of course the fresh and juicy tomato. But fruit or vegetable, that is the question? Is it a fruit, is it a vegetable - the answer lies back in 1887

Friday, 14 October 2016
The benefits of aluminium greenhouses

If you enjoy gardening, a greenhouse is an invaluable addition to your plot. It lets you nurture tender seedlings, experiment with plants suited to hotter climes, and extend the growing season. Yet choosing a greenhouse requires lots of consideration. As well as pondering over size requirements and where to locate it, you'll need to think about the type of frame.

Sunday, 9 October 2016

Most gardeners lucky enough to own a greenhouse in the UK use it to grow ripe, blight-free tomatoes, or plentiful cucumbers. Keen gardeners use theirs to extend the growing season, protecting seedlings at the beginning of the year and overwintering tender plants.


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