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What to Grow in Winter


The UK really doesn’t have the best in the way of weather. We’ve all grown up with wintry, cold and wet conditions, and these really aren’t the best for plant life. It’s no wonder why greenhouse gardening is as popular as it is – throughout the UK, many of us have utilised the greenhouse in order to grow bigger and better plants and vegetables all year around, from giving seedlings a head start to bringing in much-loved plants over the winter season.


Some of us might wonder how to best utilise a greenhouse in order to get use out of it year around. There’s plenty of winter veggies which you can grow throughout even the coldest months, allowing you to extend the season and reap the rewards – such as Winter Cabbage, Kale and Brussels Sprouts. It’s best to keep in mind that the yield for these crops will certainly be abundant and bountiful – and it pays to have excellent greenhouse staging which is built to take the strain.


Our heavy duty greenhouse staging is a perfect example – the quality is absolutely unparalleled as our stagings are built from start to finish by hand, right here in Wales. Furthermore, we build all greenhouse staging to order – ensuring that you can get a custom made staging which is perfectly suited to your greenhouse, allowing you to maximise the space you have.


Winter Salads are also an excellent options for growing over winter. There’s a lot to choose from, and enough to keep all forms of gardener busy. Common plants which are grown throughout the winter months include lettuce, land cress and mustard.


Salads really don’t have to be relegated to summer only when you have a greenhouse, and accompanied by carrots (the Adelaide variety is best to grow in winter, as it matures quickly and will give an exceptionally early crop) and pak choi (rich in vitamins A, and C, as well as being packed full of calcium and folic acid) we’re more than certain that the yield from your greenhouse throughout Winter will be just as high as throughout the warmer season.    



 

Created On  27 Sep 2017 9:44  -  Permalink
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Garden in September

The weather can vary somewhat this month, but no matter what the weather, the one thing we love to do is to be in the garden in September. Whether it’s weeding, dead-heading or planning any changes to the garden for next year, there is nothing more rewarding than taking in all your hard gardening work from earlier in the year. You will start to notice that the days are noticeably shorter and the nice warm temperatures of August are beginning to become a little chillier. But, don’t go packing away your gardening tools, mower and gloves just yet…

There are still plenty of jobs to do in your garden this month from fruit picking, tidying up your plot and garden and getting your greenhouse ready for next year...
Created On  20 Sep 2017 13:47  -  Permalink
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Beechgrove Garden

Our products have been featured on the gardening programme Beechgrove Gardens (Episode 3)



 

Created On  25 Apr 2017 11:26  -  Permalink
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Positive feedback

Thank you so very very much.  My wonderful tables arrived yesterday and I am absolutely delighted with them.  The quality far exceeds what I was expecting, I can see they are going to last for many years and they were so easy to put together, well that's what my husband Mark said!!  excellent value and friendly, efficient service. Thank you also for making one of the tables to my precise dimensions, it fits into a tight spot perfectly. ​I am now going to paint them a lovely colour as they will be outside all the time and can't wait to fill them up with lovely plants.  Please feel free to use my comments.

Created On  21 Apr 2017 15:23  -  Permalink
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Fantastic Offers for the Garden This Spring and Summer



Given the fact that the Springtime Equinox is complete, and the clocks have gone forward toward the end of March (where has the time gone!) it’s time to look forward to brighter mornings and evenings and look toward getting the garden ready for an excellent season of summer parties for you and your loved ones.


There’s a lot of garden furniture manufacturers online, but not many who guarantee unique products which are built of extremely high quality. We’re pleased to announce that our newsletter for 2017’s Spring Season has been released, and with it is a ton of product suggestions which can give you a fantastic garden with all the features and the comfort you will ever need for long, lazy summer afternoons with friends and family.


For work on the garden, our greenhouse staging can offer you absolute quality and practicality. They’re tough enough to endure and last for years upon years in addition. When you buy heavy duty greenhouse staging from us, you can be pleased with the knowledge that it’s all been treated as it was manufactured, making it absolutely maintenance free – so you can focus more on your greenhouse and less on your stagings!


If our heavy duty greenhouse staging feels perhaps a little excessive for your needs, you’ll be relieved to know that we also offer very high quality folding greenhouse staging. All of these stagings come in a vast variety of different sizes and can be used either as potting benches or as worktables as you work – and fold away nicely and neatly when you’re finished. Our folding greenhouse staging, alike our heavy duty greenhouse staging is also handmade in Wales, and treated as it is constructed, so you’re free to assemble and go – with very little frustrations.


Because our stagings are made in Wales, we can offer you custom greenhouse staging, manufactured to fit the dimensions you provide. If you’ve an unorthodox greenhouse (or just simply want to maximise your space) just let us know and we’ll be more than happy to manufacture something to your ideal size and shape.


Furthermore, being based within the UK allows us to offer absolutely free and speedy 2-3 days delivery to your door to most parts of the UK.


We’re confident that our webshop is the manner that makes most sense to outfit your garden – and should you wish to purchase one of our fantastic pieces of furniture or even some of our stagings, you’re more than welcome to make your purchase in a number of ways – either our website, or via telephone.

 
Created On  27 Mar 2017 17:46  -  Permalink
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Getting Started With Your Greenhouse this Spring




Many of us are cracking open our greenhouses with big dreams of what we’re going to do this year. Perhaps some of us have bought their first greenhouse and they’re looking to start out, and wonder how to best proceed.

It can be easy to think that all you need to do is put your plants in a plot and then shut them into a greenhouse, but there’s a little bit more to it than that. For instance, most of any sort of success with using a greenhouse to garden is planning, planning, and even more planning. It's worthwhile, though - and very difficult to go back to buying your plants from garden centres. 

For the beginner greenhouse gardener, we have created a series of tutorials for their reference, in order to get the best out of your greenhouse for spring and summer. 

You’ll want to start by measuring out your greenhouse and floor space for greenhouse staging (there are multiple varieties of these available. For instance, folding greenhouse staging is a very popular choice, as is greenhouse staging. Should you lack the space for either, there’s also an option – potting benches.) 

Greenhouse staging of all varieties, of course, are mostly used for seedlings – to give them a good start before they’re eventually moved outside (and when you need the space for something else!) and as such, can be rather invaluable to any gardener which chooses to utilise greenhouses to ensure their plants and vegetables succeed. As you’re growing your seedlings, you should follow the instructions on the seedling packet to the letter. Your seeds should then germinate freely on a sunny windowsill, and as they continue to grow will directly benefit from the greenhouse environment, for its light and also for the fact that within the greenhouse, it’s frost free.

However, please be advised that unheated greenhouses generally aren’t advised until at least April. There’s always the option, of course, of fleecing and heating a partitioned section of the greenhouse to make a suitable environment for growing on tender plants.

You’ll find that in this perilous stage you’ll find that you’re watching the weather more than ever before! With so much time and effort, you’ll likely be rather attached to your seedlings by now. As your seedlings eventually gain strength and become well rooted and sturdy, your greenhouse can be used for your next crops. It’s very much a matter of rinsing and repeating, and do remember you can use your greenhouse to store your plants in the case of freak weather and storms. 


Created On  28 Feb 2017 14:58  -  Permalink
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