Garden Grow Polytunnel 3M x2M Powder Coated Steel Frame, Walk In Greenhouse, Double Zipped Door & Windows (3 x 2 Polytunnel)
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Heavy Duty PE Cover – features extra-long sides for weighting and anchoring. It protects against harsh weather conditions – including frost and damaging UV.
3x2 Polytunnel cover | Dobies Garden Grow 3x2 Polytunnel cover | Dobies
This specialist structure is designed to help create the ideal environment for your plants, flowers and vegetables to thrive. Different styles of polytunnel are available depending on your needs. The following features may be worth looking out for: Doors Foundations are the first step. Ensuring each of the foundation tubes is placed correctly is crucial, so take your time marking the positions and ensuring they are correctly and evenly spaced.
Constructed using powder coated steel frames covered with a waterproof PE protector, this polytunnel is durable and easy to construct. Supplied with high-quality, durable, metal pegs to ensure it’s always secure to the ground. If you decide that your crops are ready to face the weather alone, simply move the lightweight tunnel to your next crop or deconstruct with ease for use again next season. Ideally, you want to place your polytunnel somewhere where it won’t be subjected to a lot of wind. Unfortunately, you may not have much choice – your allotment is in a fixed position, after all. Here you’ll find more information about positioning and reinforcing your polytunnel to protect it as much as possible. Positioning Your Polytunnel In terms of assembly, this reasonably heavy-duty polytunnel is straightforward to put up. Due to its large size, the process is greatly aided by the help of two people. The written instructions are basic at best, and nonsensical at worst, but there is a labelled diagram to help as well – the poles are numbered, and it’s all relatively intuitive. Expect the whole process to take around 2 – 3 hours.
Birchtree 3m x 2m Polytunnel Greenhouse Pollytunnel Poly
With a helper (or several depending on the size of polytunnel), roll the cover out along the side of the tunnel and pull the polythene over the entire frame, ensuring you have the same overhang down each side and end of the tunnel.Easily extendable– plan on a bigger polytunnel in the future? Not a problem because your current polytunnel can be easily extended.