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Greenhouse conservatory surrounded by flowers

Being inside a greenhouse can create an overwhelming sense of calm, the natural light combined with the warmth and the sound of trees or birds outside can provide a sanctuary for a number of different activities.

“Glasshouses and greenhouses are more than just places to grow and nurture plants,” says Griffin Glasshouses’ Linda Lane. “Our customers like to get the most from of their investment and often use them as an extension of their living space.

“Our free-standing greenhouses make the perfect location for a multitude of activities; the distinctive design means that the structure can either be placed in a secluded spot in the garden or close to the house. Being freestanding allows light to pour in from all angles and the range of features available are designed to offer customers maximum flexibility, ensuring they get a glasshouse that is perfectly suited to them.”

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Victorian Walkaround Greenhouse by Forest Garden

A standard greenhouse has its usual functions, from storing growing bags and tools to growing produce and displaying beautiful flowers. 

Yet looking at the current options available in this market, gardeners have the usual metal, wooden or plastic-style greenhouses at their fingertips, but none have the flexibility to access inside from all sides.  

Forest Garden has the solution which does this and more - introducing the beautifully crafted Victorian Walkaround Greenhouse. 

This beautifully crafted greenhouse is the most innovative product on the market, with its practical qualities as well as it being visually stunning. 

Keen gardeners restricted with space in the garden, will also be able to benefit from this design as access inside is possible easily through all of its four doors. The only thing which requires a personal touch is the inside, which can be reconfigured to suit personal plants in all sizes, making it truly unique.