With all the terrible weather we had towards the end of 2019 you would be forgiven for not venturing out past your back door into the garden.
If you were organised and managed to get out in the garden in early autumn for a winter tidy up, then the garden over the winter months can pretty much look after itself.
When someone asks if greenhouses are environmentally friendly, we usually think of the little, glass shed we have at the bottom of our garden. This is hothousing on the smallest possible scale and surely can’t have any negative impact on the environment.
If having a greenhouse is your dream but you are on a tight budget, buying a high-quality kit and building it yourself could be the solution. Not only will you save on installation costs but also on all the associated expenses, such as preparing the ground and laying foundations. Once you have completed the groundwork, you can order your greenhouse and start building.
Whether for a garden or allotment, a greenhouse is a must if you want to get serious about growing plants, flowers, fruit or vegetables. It opens up a world of possibilities to the gardener and enables you to provide a suitable environment for a wide range of plants to thrive.