Mini Polytunnel

If you enjoy gardening you should consider the benefits a Mini Polytunnel can provide. Even if you only have a small garden or patio, these fantastic tunnels are a fantastic environment for growing or forcing your summer bedding plants or fruit and vegetables. Why bother going to the expense of installing a greenhouse, when you can choose a polytunnel instead?

Mini Polytunnels provide a protected growing area through the colder months of the year which will protect your plants from the ravages of frost and snow, encouraging sturdy growth. These small polytunnels can easily be moved to different locations within the garden, yard or allotment so they take advantage of any heat from winter sun throughout the cold season. Check out the range of Mini Polytunnels at Garden Polytunnels to find the product that's best suited to your needs.

If you enjoy growing plants from seeds or want to experiment with your gardening hobby, these Mini Polytunnels are a fantastic choice and help make your hobby a true year-round pleasure. Kids will adore learning to garden within the protected environment of the polytunnel and can watch their seedlings sprout and grow into hardy, bushy plants. You could even use your Mini Polytunnel to protect your most tender garden plants during winter and you can be sure your tunnel will not stand idle during spring and summer months.

There are so many available uses for your Mini Polytunnel throughout the year. Bulbs and tubers can be forced into early flower to ensure your garden shows the first bright signs of spring in the neighbourhood. Seeds can be germinated in your polytunnel at any time of year and, if you enjoy vegetable gardening, your tomato crop will be magnificent every year if you start off plants in the polytunnel. A wide range of salad leaves and vegetables can easily be grown within this ideal, enclosed garden, giving you a variety of healthy meal choices at any time of year.

Check out our blog for more useful advice and tips on Mini Polytunnels and contact us if you need to discuss your polytunnel requirements in detail.