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As Spring progresses and your seedlings grow into strong plants you might find it helpful to fold down the staging and shelving on your glasshouse. Hey presto now you have the full floor to ceiling height to grow even stronger plants. Why not leave it folded down over winter to give you more floor space for overwintering potted plants. With a cultivar glasshouse you have options.
We are proud to be able to offer a range of luxury Accoya Glasshouses. Accoya is an acetylated wood which has been thoroughly tested for dimensional stability and durability. It is guaranteed to last for 50 years untreated and is even given a 70 year service life by TRADA.
Accoya is so strong that it is even used in the construction of bridges and line canals. In addition, our organically treated Accoya comes with coveted FSC certification on account of the fact that it is produced from fast growing renewable sources.Find out more Configure now
At Cultivar you will find nothing superfluous. For all our glasshouses we use only the best materials and aluminium which are precision engineered down to the finest detail. Modern materials are combined to provide a glasshouse like no other. Our designs reflect a deep understanding of our clients’ needs, brought together by decades of experience.
Cleverly designed to conceal the engineering, the result : a simple, elegant and quality glasshouse built for the 21st Century. Pure lines, honest design, made by craftsmen in our workshop in North Wales.
As one of the UK’s leading glasshouse manufacturers we offer everything from traditional Victorian Glasshouses to a more contemporary greenhouse design. Our luxury greenhouses are sought out by a discerning clientele across Great Britain and beyond. Every Cultivar greenhouse is made to order customised with a choice of practical accessories to enhance your horticultural endeavours.Read our story Design & Price
When it comes to choosing the right greenhouse the options are many and varied, from Victorian style to contemporary greenhouses. To help we have a useful configurator which will guide you through the different sizes and styles available. That way before buying a greenhouse you can be sure you are choosing the best model for your garden.
Whatever your choice every greenhouse is carefully drawn, crafted and made by hand with expert care and attention. At Cultivar we design and build quality greenhouses to last a lifetime, a quality our clients’ understand sets us apart.
It’s not just the build quality that sets a Cultivar Greenhouse apart from your run of the mill greenhouses. Our greenhouses are packed with features that improve your life and make for healthier plants. Take for example our automated low level ventilation, which combined with the high level ventilation produces the chimney effect. This creates an even distribution of air throughout the structure, there’s no need to be concerned about the stale pockets of air that you might find with traditional greenhouse designs.
Step through the wide and strong hinged doors and inside you will find our practical shelving solution which can be folded down in the summer to give you more height as your plants put on growth. In buying a luxury greenhouse from Cultivar you are investing in a greenhouse packed with features.
Take a look inside our greenhouses in this video taken at the Hampton Court Flower Show and you will appreciate the quality and learn a little more about the features that set us apart.
We believe in using the most enduring materials, precision engineered with exceptional attention to detail. With over twenty-five custom extrusions on every cultivar greenhouse we have engineered a structure fit for purpose. Inherently strong, slim sections ensure maximum light whilst creating a sleek modern aesthetic. Even our neat gutters and downpipes are made from powder coated aluminium to match in with the greenhouse.Explore our Greenhouses
Every greenhouse in the Cultivar portfolio has the same exceptional build quality. Step through the generous and smooth opening doors and you will find a wide range of practical features and greenhouse accessories.Features & Highlights
When you buy a luxury greenhouse from Cultivar you do so knowing that the materials are of impeccable quality. Ethically sourced and FSC certified, the wood used on our Accoya greenhouse range is expertly planed providing a finish that is a pleasure to touch.Explore our Accoya Greenhouses
Perhaps the most desirable feature on all Cultivar greenhouses is the superior ventilation systems. Neat aluminium vents at the lowest level run the full length of both sides of the glasshouse to ensure the best possible air quality. This is available with both our small and large greenhouse models.Greenhouse Ventilation
In Buying a Greenhouse from Cultivar you are not only buying a greenhouse from one of the UKs most reputable greenhouse manufacturers. We are here to guide you every step of the way. We have decades of experience and are here to help.Our Advice
In just four simple steps we will guide you through the greenhouses available. Simply click below to get an instant quote, delivered to your inbox.Get a Quote
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.
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Good Morning Gordon - Just a note to say how delighted I am with the new greenhouse, erected on Tuesday. It is just what I wanted and makes a very nice addition to our garden. The two men that erected it were extremely pleasant and professional, and a credit to you. They are excellent ambassadors for your Company. With all good wishes D PointerD Pointer
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Daniel, I thought you might want to see the 2 week transformation that a Cultivar greenhouse and many hours of hard labour has made to our garden, although still very much a work in progress, it certainly is a striking feature which has attracted people in from the street to see it. All the neighbours have commented favourably on its appearance and quality.G. Mellis
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Just a little thank you, Daniel - installation went smoothly and very pleased with the greenhouse. If ever anyone in this area wants to look at an example of a Cultivar greenhouse before buying, happy to show it off to them. Mr A. Ford, NottsVery pleased with the greenhouse
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We had the greenhouse erected today and have to let you know how good the two men have been and the greenhouse is wonderful. Looking forward to spending some time in it. Thank you for the good service.C. Dowen
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Dear Daniel, Kate and I would just like to say how delighted we are with our greenhouse. It looks perfect in its surroundings here! We are just waiting for the paving around it to be finished and can't wait to get started with planting. Please convey our thanks to all the team, but especially to Tim - it was so nice to meet him and to hear about his work and the design.E. Boyle
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I am delighted with the greenhouse and look forward to using it.L. Smith
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A belated e-mail to thank you and your staff for our greenhouse which was put up on the 5th July. The assembly team were great and the result is beautiful. Many thanks.S Reid
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Dear Becky, This is just a note to say, "Thank you". Our greenhouse looks lovely and it looks as though it's been there for ages! The fitters did a splendid job: they were very knowledgeable, hard working and professional. Importantly for us, they cleared away all the debris - please pass on our thanks. Kind regards L WrightL Wright
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Here's massive thank you to your team of craftsmen, it's a beautiful greenhouse, no it's a fantastic greenhouse and worth every penny. Thank you.Tony and Pam
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I thought you might like to hear of my experience of my Cultivar greenhouse during the heatwave. The challenge is to keep the temperature at not more than 30C. I achieved this most of the time, but once the outside temperature reached 35.5 I had to admit a temporary defeat. The automatic vents have been a boon. I used your shades, of course, and added a triangle of fleece outside the western gable end. I left the door open for much of the time, kept evaporation trays under the staging full of water, kept capillary mats moist on the staging, and dampened down the floor. The tomatoes have survived unscathed. The bell peppers have lost a bit of firmness, but will recover. I haven’t de-leafed the tomatoes as much as would normally be desirable, reckoning that the more transpiration from them the better. Tomato variety is Queen of St Marthe. Best wishesJ Altham