Potting Sheds for Sale
Potting sheds are great for storing your gardening tools and equipment. They can be used as a workshop, greenhouse or even an extra room for the house. We have many different styles of wooden potting sheds available so there is something to suit everyone’s taste. All our products are made from high-quality materials and come with a 10 year guarantee on all parts. Our range includes traditional style, contemporary style, versatile designs that can be used in multiple ways and more!
POWER Wooden Potting Shed Greenhouse 6×8 Double Door£1,289.00
Shire Potting Shed (Iceni) 8×8 Style, Brown£2,338.54
BillyOh 16×6 Wooden Potting Shed Greenhouse Tongue and Groove£1,528.00
BillyOh 12×6 Wooden Potting Shed Greenhouse Tongue and Groove£1,185.00
BillyOh 8×6 Wooden Potting Shed Greenhouse Tongue and Groove£950.00
Power 10×6 Wooden Garden Potting Shed Greenhouse Shiplap Tongue and Groove£1,214.00
Power 8×6 Wooden Garden Potting Shed Greenhouse Shiplap Tongue and Groove£1,039.00
Power 12×6 Wooden Garden Potting Shed Greenhouse Shiplap Tongue and Groove£1,334.00
Power 10×6 Wooden Garden Potting Shed Greenhouse Pent Roof Tongue and Groove£1,214.00
WALTONS GardenPottin Shed Greenhouse 8×6 Pent Roof Outdoor Plant Storage£929.99
Is buying a potting shed a good idea?
A greenhouse and a potting shed rolled into one: the perfect combination. With its glass front which allows plants to grow tall without support, as well as 3-sided area for storing all your garden tools so you can quickly find what’s needed when it matters most; this building does twice the work of any regular sized house! All those bags or compost inside with seed trays left empty sometimes feel like they’re in plain sight but now everything is tucked away neatly out of site.
Where is the best place to put a potting shed?
There are many places to put your potting shed. The best place is one that gets plenty of sunlight, has some privacy for you plants and keeps heat retention in mind when placing it against a wall or building – not directly exposed towards windy areas, so you can keep it out of direct sun, which would cause too much heating difficulty on its own. It may seem like an odd choice at first but by walling off one side or creating some shadow using an adjacent building as cover – this way not only does the plant have what they need in terms water retention rates (moreso than just being open), but there’ll always be something between hot summer rays who want nothing more from us then our flesh drying up into brittle bones before finally collapsing under their intensity.,
What can I grow in my potting shed?
What can you grow in a potting shed? The answer is pretty straightforward, but it’s important to be mindful of the specific needs for each plant. For example: if you’re planning on growing sphinx-oil herbs like lavender or oregano then make sure they have plenty of warmth by using either an artificial propagator with heat lamps attached at all times (or!) ensuring that there are vents near floor level so natural insulation around windows will also help greatly! Other things worth considering when deciding what type pots/containers would work well include soil types–something clayey works best as does sand.
It’s important to give your plants the right kind of environment in order for them grow well. That includes providing warmth, light and humidity with a heated propagator or using natural insulation like greenhouse-style buildings that allow you some extra space so they can spread out comfortably inside their containerized homes .
Plant these early-ripening plants that will be ready before winter starts: Geraniums, Dianthus (a type flower), Begonias and Laverntia Spinach Lettuce Raddish/Turnip Winter Root Crops also do well at room temperature if you’re considering growing some for next season’s dinner table!