A backyard greenhouse is an awesome investment for gardening lovers. While plants can grow on your patio or side-belt, a greenhouse improves their speed and quality.
Greenhouses enhance and optimize sunlight, air, and other environmental conditions while protecting your plants from harsh weather. They capture adequate warmth from the sun resulting in quicker plant growth.
As a newbie gardening enthusiast, we recommend you opt for a hobby greenhouse. You can buy portable greenhouse and walk-in greenhouses that fit in your backyard easily.
In this blog, we’ve answered the top three FAQs that our customers ask when choosing a hobby greenhouse. So let’s get started.
FAQ 1: Why I Should Opt for a Hobby Greenhouse?
Growing plants, monitoring their health, and keeping them safe from pests is a primary part of a gardener’s job. A portable and walk-in greenhouse can help you grow your favorite plants all year round.
A hobby greenhouse is a great visual addition to your backyard. It’s cost-efficient and a great option to prevent your plants from dying or withering in extreme weather conditions.
FAQ 2: How Do I Find the Right Greenhouse for My Home?
The first thing to look for when buying a greenhouse is size and structure. At Mulberry Greenhouses, we stock 8x8, 8x10, 8x12, and many other small greenhouse sizes for newbies. Moreover, you also need to assess the greenhouse-style to match your personal liking and gardening needs.
You can either go for a solar-powered greenhouse, a cold frame greenhouse, or a Victorian-style greenhouse. We recommend Solexx and Riga greenhouses as they offer great value for money and allow beginners to explore their hobbies.
FAQ 3: What Kind of Greenhouse Accessories will I Need?
Many beginners often get confused when buying the right greenhouse accessories. While there are countless ways to accessorize your hobby greenhouse, we recommend you start small.
Try to invest in the basic necessities that can improve your overall gardening experience. Opt for a smart grow cabinet, an aerobin 400 composter, and a portable outdoor sink. Once these are installed, move on to choosing the right shading, watering, and ventilation system.
Get in touch with us for more details.