Don’t miss the early signs of spring in your polytunnel!
Understanding the tunnel environment in winter means separating three important factors which affect plant growth; sunlight, temperature and wind chill.
Autumn in the polytunnel is a time for planting for the winter and hungry gap, as well as for harvesting melons and other autumnal treats.
The basic structure of a polytunnel (hoophouse) is simple, but variations on the basic theme include some impressive high-end products.
A brief summary of the most popular uses of polytunnels from vegetable growing to sheltering animals in winter.
With every plant in the tunnel bursting with vitality and raring to go, the polytunnel gardener is much in demand.