Category Archives: Polytunnel Growing

Burtown Kitchen Garden Diary – How To Build a Polytunnel

This week we have our second installment of the Burtown Kitchen Garden Diary where we see Dermot building a new polytunnel on the site to broaden the choice of fruit and vegetables destined for the Burtown Green Barn Restaurant. The … Continue reading

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The Polytunnel in January

While I do spend plenty of happy time in the garden in January there really isn’t a whole lot you can do other than preparing things for the season ahead. In may cases I will be tempted to start a … Continue reading

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Raised Bed Covers

Raised Bed Covers Raised bed covers are essential for your raised vegetable garden if you want to grow later in the year and overwinter, or get an early start in the spring. They also offer the perfect insect & pest … Continue reading

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Mini Polytunnel Kits For Vegetable Gardening

Mini Polytunnel Kits Our Quickcrop mini polytunnel kits have been designed to be attached, via a hinge, to a  timber raised bed. They can also be secured straight into the ground using the included  ground pegs. These mini tunnels act … Continue reading

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Polytunnel Gardening

What is a Polytunnel? A polytunnel is most commonly an elongated semi curcular shaped tunnel made out of polyethylene. They come in a wide variety of   shapes and sizes. In functionality they fall somewhere between a garden cloche and a … Continue reading

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The Polytunnel in September

Unless you live in a part of the country with a unique and unreported special climate you will have experienced a pretty disappointing summer for growing fruit and vegetables. Apart from the fact it’s been raining most of the time … Continue reading

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