Sowing outdoors early spring? Use a small greenhouse, foil tunnel or foil greenhouse to start growing early in spring in an economical way.
Do you suffer from birds or insects? Then use fine-mesh cultivation tunnels to protect your crops.
<p>Use a grow tunnel to start growing early in the spring.</p> <p>Cultivation tunnels with a transparent cover provide protection and at the same time ensure a better climate. If you are bothered by insects or birds, choose a grow tunnel with insect mesh or fleece cloth.</p>
<p>With a low greenhouse you can start growing seeds early in the spring and extend the growing season.</p> <p>A greenhouse protects seedlings against rain, wind, hail and night frost. In addition, a low greenhouse does not take up too much space and provides a lot of growing pleasure.</p>
<p>Passion for cultivation but little space in the garden, a patio greenhouse is the right choice!</p> <p>Due to the multiple levels in a patio greenhouse, you can still grow a lot of plants and seeds in a small space. Polycarbonate is cheap and not prone to breakage, or opt for a glass-covered patio greenhouse with clear glass so that you can keep a close eye on everything. Which one do you choose?</p>
<p>Use a foil greenhouse to affordably start growing taller plants such as tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers and chillies early in spring.</p> <p>The crops are well protected by the foil greenhouse against severe weather influences and ensure a more stable climate.</p>
<p>Tunnel greenhouses and professional film tunnels are ideal for growing taller crops such as tomatoes and cucumbers.</p> <p>Tunnel greenhouses are relatively easy and quick to install and relocate and can also be easily demolished in winter. Ideal for garden complexes where fixed constructions are not allowed.</p>
<p>Standing grow bags for growing tomatoes, potatoes, sweet peppers, hot peppers and other vegetables. Hanging plant bags with flowers as a beautiful wall decoration or for growing tomatoes, for example.</p> <p>Furthermore, useful items such as bean rings, plant protection covers and bottom fleece cloths.</p>