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In the rural heart of England, open views all around a cultivar greenhouse serves as a retreat from the hubbub of modern life.
This is the lifestyle that you can look forward to once you buy your dream greenhouse from Cultivar. We are one of the UK’s leading greenhouse manufacturers, with a proven history of providing our customers with spectacular greenhouses which are designed to stand the test of time.
In the case of this particular greenhouse, homage is given to the stylisation of its forefathers, with finials and narrow glazed panels which are typical of the reclaimed Victorian greenhouse style. Accoya boarding completes the look and hides from view any compost bags lurking under the greenhouse staging.
As it happens this greenhouse is very orderly with plenty of space for the green fingered enthusiast. A glasshouse of more than ten foot wide by twenty foot long like this has plenty of scope.
This is a practical greenhouse with a beautiful floor of reclaimed bricks giving ‘acres’ of space for trays and pots. Beneath the bench storage boxes you have enough room to store baskets and useful knick – knacks.
The bespoke potting bench which has been added is yet another handy greenhouse idea which provides you with an additional space in which to complete tasks.
A few steps away from the greenhouse, the garden borders and raised beds are prepared so that they are ready for seedlings.
After a few hours of work, you can perhaps reward yourself by enjoying a cup of tea in the sun with a plant catalogue through which to peruse. Ah, paradise!
Make the first step towards making this dream a reality today by getting in touch with Cultivar Greenhouses and letting us know the requirements you have for the greenhouse you have always sought after. Our greenhouse experts are on hand and happy to take your call or email.
Take the time to explore our greenhouse case studies, these may give you ideas for your new greenhouse. See how each greenhouse sits within the garden design, how each structure is accessorised and what plants are being grown.