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GREENHOUSE MADE ACCESSIBLE

If you want a greenhouse but are restricted on space or access, Forest’s new VictorianWalkaround Greenhouse is the answer. This beautifully designed greenhouse lets you access your plants without the need to go inside.

Designed to be positioned in an open space or against a wall or fence, its four opening doors can be hung depending on the access you require. Combined with its compact footprint – it measures 126 by 96cm (4ft 2in by 3ft 2in) and stands 228cm (7ft 6in) high – this makes it suitable for gardens of all sizes, and for a whole range of space configurations.

With room for two growbag trays on the floor, and slatted staging that can be slotted in or out as required, there’s a huge amount of flexibility, enabling you to grow a wide range of produce in a relatively small space. Opening windows facilitate airflow and temperature control, and the greenhouse can also be ordered with auto vents.

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About Kitchen Garden Magazine

Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine In this issue: LEARNING ON THE PLOT ✪ This month we travel to Derby and a thriving allotment site that is inspiring city dwellers to grow their own A GARDEN FOR GOURMETS ✪ Garden writer Gaby Bartai visits a kitchen garden in Scotland which uses some surprising techniques to supply crops for a famous restaurant BOOST YOUR BIODIVERSITY ✪ KG regular Ben Vanheems explains why we should make space for wildlife on their plot And much more!