Why a Polytunnel Makes All the Difference in Winter

Why a Polytunnel Makes All the Difference in Winter

The winter season is a difficult time for a gardener who wants to continue growing their produce all-year-round.

The winter season is a difficult time for a gardener who wants to continue growing their produce all-year-round.

After all, the unpredictable weather and shorter days make the process of growing delicious, fresh food a lot harder. With a lack of sunlight and no cover from the severe weather, the plants stop growing and die during the winter months. It also means that gardeners have to put their hobby on the back burner. They have to stay indoors and can’t continue with their favourite pastime. But growing organic food is not an impossible task if you look into ways around the difficulties of the winter months. And one of the main ways you can continue growing fruit and vegetables during winter is a polytunnel.

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Fitting a polytunnel in your garden means gardening can be an all-year-round hobby. The polytunnel provides an under-cover growing area where you can produce your fruit and vegetables without having the worry of the unpredictable weather. First Tunnels has a wide range of polytunnels, with mini, domestic and commercial sizes, so that you can find the right one for your own garden. In fact, if you look on www.firsttunnels.co.uk, you can see the different models and find a polytunnel that will help you extend the gardening season.

Here are some of the main reasons why a polytunnel is a wise investment and makes all the difference in the winter months:

It protects your plants from the snow

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As you can see from the above, a polytunnel allows a green-thumb enthusiast to continue their hobbies well into the winter months.

Find us here at www.firsttunnels.co.uk or call us now on 01282 601253 for more information.

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