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What is a Polytunnel?
A Polytunnel is to all intents and purposes a greenhouse, but instead of being glazed it is covered in a specially designed sheet of polythene. Most people will recognise a Polytunnel even if they didn't know what it was. You will have seen them in fields or at garden centres - they are semi-circular in shape and covered in polythene, usually with a door at each end. Polytunnels are available in many sizes from a small one for a garden or allotment to very large commercial sizes. A Polytunnel can be used on its own or alongside a glasshouse.
Can I afford a Premier Poly Tunnel?
Of course you can afford a Premier Poly Tunnel! But we would say that, wouldn't we. At only a third of the cost of a glasshouse a Poly Tunnel is excellent value for money. Just think, instead of an 8ft x 10ft glasshouse you can have a 12ft x 20ft Poly Tunnel and no there is no need for a costly base to stand it on. There are a variety of Poly Tunnels on the market from cheap and cheerful to all singing, all dancing. Here at Premier Polytunnels we supply a unique Poly Tunnel to suit all needs and wallets - without any compromise on quality. Take a look at the size and quality of the materials that go into each of our robust structures.
There is no such thing as a "like for like" comparison with a 'Premier' Poly Tunnel.... The quality and materials of our Poly Tunnels cannot be matched.
When a bird goes “cheep” it wants attention. When a Poly Tunnel goes cheap it needs attention! A ‘Premier’ Poly Tunnel, however, just stands there quietly year after year while you tend your plants. Quality is not cheap, but it does offer excellent value! To buy cheap is to buy twice.
What can I grow in Polytunnels?
Polytunnels have been used throughout the world for more than 40 years to grow a huge variety of plants. With the development of new polythene covers it is now possible to grow any plant, from a moss to a cactus. The cut flowers which you buy on Valentine's Day are likely to have originated in Polytunnels all over the world. Vegetables to feed the world do particularly well under a polythene cover and this is probably the most popular use for a Polytunnel. Even in the cold British weather, strawberries and tomatoes flourish under cover - 90% of British strawberries are grown in Polytunnels with the growing season stretching from early Spring to late Autumn. Many of award winning flowers and record breaking vegetables have been grown in Polytunnels. So you can be sure that whatever your pleasure it will grow better in a Polytunnel.
Why are Poly Tunnels so popular?
It is no accident that Poly Tunnels are so popular. They were originally developed as a cost effective way of covering a large area for a fraction of the cost of a glasshouse. Over the years Poly Tunnels have continued to develop and advance and, today, they are the first choice for growing under cover in countries throughout the world. Avid gardeners and commercial growers will tell you that they couldn't manage without their beloved Poly Tunnels. These structures are not only cost effective when purchasing, they are also easy to construct and have no need for a prepared base - and there are no panes of glass to break! Most importantly, Poly Tunnels put you in control of nature, helping to extend the growing season at both ends of the year.
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