Small Greenhouse Kits Australia

  • Solar stabilised Cover

    To encourage the natural photosyntehis process for your plants our small greenhouse has a purpose built UV-stabilised cover.

  • Open Ventilation

    A hot house can over heat plants and dry out soil which is why our Small Greenhouse has 4 ventilation vents which can be opened or closed to help you control the internal temperature.

  • Insect Protection Mesh

    Keeping pests out, such as white butterflies, is our built in insect mesh under the cover. This extra protection means you can keep the small greenhouse on your plants for a longer period.

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Australian Designed UV Stabilised Cover

Only Australians understand the crazy weather changes that occur here, so our local team have designed the small greenhouse with Australian Climate conditions in mind.

To ensure the small greenhouse lasts many summers and cold winters, the UV stabalised cover has been designed with strength and resilience in mind. Our cover ensures the perfect amount of solar filters through for a natural photosynthesis process.

Insect Mesh and Ventilation

Vents in a small greenhouse are critical to ensure you dont overheat your veggies. There are 4 vents in the cover which can be managed to control the temperature.

One of the concerns of opening the covers is that you let the insects and pests in. Our insect mesh on the sides of the small greenhouse under the vents protects your plants from unwanted pests.

Each vent is opened and closed using velcro, the most weatherproof material to give the greenhouse longevity.

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DIY Small Greenhouses give your veggies the best start

Designed in Australia

Designed for Australian Gardening conditions to weather the frosty cold and the harsh sun.

Easy Returns

Our products have been tested and handled by hundreds of grubby fingers but if you are not 100% satisfied, please get in touch so our team in Melbourne can provide a refund. Our goal is 100% customer satisfaction.

Extend your growing season

On average Small Greenhouses extend planting seasons by up to 5 weeks as the warmth is captured in the polytunnel to help warm the soil and get your seedlings started sooner.

Quick Assembly

Our DIY small greenhouses come with clear instructions that make it clear and simple to assemble. Making things simple is a big reason our mini greenhouse is award winning.

How to use a Small Greenhouse

A small greenhouse provides seedlings the ideal environment to grow and gives you the gardener an exteded growing season. Here are the most important factors for using a small greenhouse well:

1) Monitor Humidity: A fully convered small greenhouse can lock in moisture and generate high levels of humidity which can negatively impact your plants. The best way to reduce humidity is through good venitiation.

2) Temperature Levels: Small Greenhouses can lead to overheating when temperates are not monitored negatively impacting plants. What is the best temperature for your greenhouse? For the best performance, keep your temperatures in your small greenhouse at19 degrees celsius during Winter days and 26 degrees celsius during Summer days. Venitlation is the best way to keep temperatures at this level on hot days.

3) Shade Management: A healthy amount of sun for most plants is ideal, too much and you can cause sun burn on your plants, too little and it just wont grow without the UV rays. If your small greenhouse is exposed to the sun too much, you will need to provide some shade to give the seedlings the best environment for growth.

How to grow seedlings in a Small Greenhouse

A small greenhouse can grow seedlings from a seedling tray or by sowing direct into the soil.

Seedling Trays: The most popular way to veggie garden is to sow your seeds into your seedling tray. This allows you to replant with more control over spacing, more control over choosing the healthiest seedlings. Place the seedling tray inside the small greenhouse to provide the soil with extra warmth. Avoid overheating by venitalting the small greenhouse so your soil doesnt dry out.

Sow Direct: Some plants prefer to be sown directly into the soil, such as carrots, as transplating can cause damange to the roots. If your plant is suited to directly being sown, a small greenhouse will provide the best ecosystem for the seedling to grow, protecting it from frost and its ability to provide additional warmth to the soil.

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