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Winter Preparation: Polycarbonate Greenhouse Panels
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Winter Preparation: Polycarbonate Greenhouse Panels

Posted on Monday 6th of October 2014

If you have a greenhouse, or are thinking about getting one, it is safe to assume that you are more than just a dabbler when it comes to cultivating your own plants or vegetables. Sadly the British climate is not always ideal when it comes growing all-year round, which is why having a quality greenhouse that will adequately protect your plants, whilst also allowing in and trapping ample light and heat is so important.

Glass has for a long time been the...Read More

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How To Build A Cold Frame

Posted on Friday 31st of January 2014

During the winter months it is essential to protect seedlings, new plants or those susceptible to frost, from the cold. While it is perfectly acceptable to take them indoors, this is often impractical. There is another popular solution that is cost-effective, doesn’t take up too much space, and is extremely efficient at keeping plants warm when the temperature drops outside. A cold frame is a simple structure that is built low to the ground, completely enclosed and has a...Read More

Installing Polycarbonate Greenhouse Panels
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Installing Polycarbonate Greenhouse Panels

Posted on Thursday 6th of June 2013

Now the warmer weather has finally arrived here in the UK, plenty of people are getting back out into the garden and tidying things up in preparation for the summer. If you’ve been a little late in getting out and tidying up after the cold and wet winter, it’s not too late to transform your greenhouse or shed in a weekend. Greenhouse panels and shed windows often come off the worst from damp and cold conditions. The cheap plate glass is highly susceptible to cracking, moss and...Read More

Corrugated Plastic for Rabbit Hutches
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Corrugated Plastic for Rabbit Hutches

Posted on Friday 8th of March 2013

Corrugated plastic - also known as fluted polypropylene or Correx – is most commonly used as a mounting board or as a lightweight and weather resistant material for use in signage. It combines the durability of polypropylene with a structurally sound and lightweight fluted structure, resulting in a versatile and rigid material that can be used in any number of applications. Benefits Lightweight Durable Easily wiped clean Easy to drill and cut Water and wind-proof Fluted...Read More