Story Title: Sproutwell Greenhouses
TX Date: 6th October 2018
Presenter: Bonnie- Marie Hibbs
When it comes to growing plants, they can be grown directly in our gardens but if you are looking for a way to get the optimum growth, extend the growing season or to grow the weird and wonderful, having a greenhouse can give us a lot of benefits and more. But just like choosing a plant we can be spoilt for choice, and the same goes for when choosing the right greenhouse for the job
- the Hobby Greenhouse and it is a great starting point if you are just starting out in gardening or looking to invest in your first growing house and it is very budget friendly. They have been designed with a ‘Slide and Lock’ assembly system with 6mm UV protected polycarbonate panels and have a 14mm deep channel.
- The greehouses have lockable doors and a guttering system which is a really nice feature. This way you can collect water and store it in water tanks to be used again.
- If you’re looking for something that will take your gardening game to the next level, The Premium Greenhouses are designed to be a feature in your garden but also extremely practical and durable. If you get cold winters with snow or live in a very windy climate then the Imperial and Orangery series are perfect.
- The Imperial series are strong and neat all thanks to the aluminium bar-capping glazing system. So, there isn’t a need for the use of silicon channels or PVC strip locks.
- The Orangery range have the classic English look, back in the mid-nineteenth century these structures were used to conserve a number of different citrus trees during the cold winter months. But these days they are very popular because of their elegant appearance and decorative features. They have a strong aluminium grade alloy frame, which is corrosion resistant.
- The best of the best, this is the Grange series which is a commercial grade greenhouse, and independently engineered, so it can be used both in the backyard or commercially. The frames are made from a box section aluminium opposed to the conventional profiles seen in off the shelf greenhouses. The structure is extremely solid and has 10mm twin-wall polycarbonate panels and can withstand winds up to a 150km/per hour, it’s made for the toughest of Australian conditions.