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Make sure you’ve finished preparing the polytunnel for winter before you put your feet up
Do you need planning permission for polytunnels? Unless you live in a National Park, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or similar, garden polytunnels usually don't - but visit the Welsh version of the Planning Portal to check. If you're on a smallholding you probably...
Having the right tools and materials in your polytunnel saves time and effort, and needn’t cost a fortune.read more
If you're thinking of putting in a polytunnel here are some tips on how to plan everything - including filling it with your first plants. Don't just jump in! There are some important decisions to be made that could affect the environment inside for some time to come....read more
You can water inside a polytunnel with a soaker hose – even during a hosepipe banread more
Don’t miss the early signs of spring in your polytunnel!read more
Spend time planning the beds and paths in your polytunnel, because they’ll probably be there for a long time.read more
Understanding the tunnel environment in winter means separating three important factors which affect plant growth; sunlight, temperature and wind chill.read more
We’re sending a polytunnel to an organic farm in south India. Why? Find out here.read more
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.read more
The basic structure of a polytunnel (hoophouse) is simple, but variations on the basic theme include some impressive high-end products.read more