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Every garden should have a greenhouse or glasshouse, no matter how small.
However, when you have space for a large glasshouse, this can provide you with a plethora of additional options when it comes to your gardening endeavours. Read on to learn how one of our happy Cultivar customers has made the most of their large Victorian Glasshouse.
After just the first season in use, it is clear what is possible in this large garden glasshouse, with lines of healthy peppers, tomatoes and summer crops. That’s not to mention the swathes of flower which have already been transplanted out into the wider garden.
Early in the growing season, the owner can use the cold frames to harden off tender seedlings as a half way house between the glasshouse and the garden.
Later in the season, this particular greenhouse is still hard at work as it is used as a fused glass workshop. Spacious, light and airy environments make for happy people as well as happy plants.
What is interesting to note is that by the end of the first season, this glasshouse has become the focal point of the surrounding area, turning it into a wonderful kitchen complete with a beautiful water feature to add a sense of calm.
Amongst the raised beds there is a selection of grown crops, with splashes of colour provided by the pots of echinecea. These are not only a feast for the eyes, but a destination for wildlife too!
Take the time to explore our glasshouse case studies, these may give you ideas for your new glasshouse. See how each glasshouse sits within the garden design, how each structure is accessorised and what plants are being grown.