#MyGabrielAsh – follow, like, post and win

2018 will see some exciting changes in direction with our social media and none more so than our Instagram feed.

We have only ever used Instagram to post a few images from the many shows
we exhibit at and the occasional greenhouse installation. This year we are going to make a commitment to post more regularly with beautiful images from our extensive image library. We hope that by sharing images from the shows and of our customers greenhouses you will find inspiration in how you could use your greenhouse. If you are looking to buy a new greenhouse we hope the images will help you decide which ones might work best in your garden.

We do believe that our greenhouses are truly beautiful in all their life stages from the pristine red cedar timber when they are delivered to the beautiful silver grey colour they age to over the years.

We get so many customers return to our stand each year at the RHS Garden shows raving about our greenhouses so we thought why not set up a forum to get everyone to share pictures of their
garden retreats.

We will be sharing our own images but we really want you to join us and share your own. Any images you upload to your Instagram account, simply tag #mygabrielash to stand a chance of being listed in our gallery and winning (we will ask permission to list the image first and give you full credit for the image).

If you do not own a Gabriel Ash greenhouse yet but you dream of owning one one day you can still enter the competition. We go to most of the major gardening shows each year and our greenhouses are in the gardens as permanent features in all of the RHS gardens.

Simply capture an inspiring image post it with the hashtag #mygabrielash and you could win.

We are looking to generate a gallery of inspiring imagery through the seasons by using Instagram.

How do you use your greenhouse? Is it a quiet sanctuary to escape for a cup of tea or maybe something a little stronger? Is it a vegetable growing haven? Do you love a particular plant/flower species and have a greenhouse to pursue your interest? How ever you use your Gabriel Ash greenhouse we would love to see and hear from you.