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Sustainability and your greenhouse

Sustainability and your greenhouse

Sustainability and your greenhouse


 

It’s been in the news a lot recently that the amount of plastic on our planet is of truly worrying proportions. In the last ten years, we’ve produced more plastic than we did in the whole of the last century, and enough plastic is thrown away each year to circle the earth four times.


 

With stats like this, it’s no wonder more and more of us are looking at sustainability and how we can do our own bit at home to help our precious planet.

One way we can do just that is by growing our own fruits and vegetables in our greenhouses, so we don’t need to buy them at the supermarkets. Supermarkets are well known for using far too much plastic packaging on products, which we now know isn’t sustainable in the long run. But if you grow your own produce, your meals will be even tastier knowing that you have nurtured them all yourself, and done your bit for the planet at the same time!

If this sounds like something you and your family would enjoy doing, check out the Malvern Garden Buildings range of greenhouses! With four well-known brands forming our range, there really is something for everyone.

Alton greenhouses:
Since 1921 Alton greenhouses have been famous amongst gardeners as the leading cedar greenhouse on the market.

Robinsons greenhouses:
British-made aluminium greenhouses with a unique, super strong, screw-in glazing system.

 

robinson greenhouse

Gabriel Ash greenhouses:
A leading designer and manufacturer of timber greenhouses, vinehouses, lean-tos and glasshouses in Great Britain.

The Malvern Collection greenhouses:
Designed and built with every kind of gardener in mind, providing versatility and practicality for all applications and locations.

Whichever Malvern Garden Buildings greenhouse you choose, you can be guaranteed a quality structure, as well as the fantastic feeling that you are doing good for your family with low food miles and fresh fruit and veg. And, of course, helping the planet along the way too.