Garden Potting Shed
Similar to an ordinary garden shed, a potting shed tends to cover one side of the shed. Usually one part of it will be slanted at an 30 degree angle in order to receive the best of the sunlight, especially during Autumn and Spring.
But what is the difference between potting sheds
A garden potting shed is for those with little interest in produce, and are more suited to those who are looking to grow seedlings with the intention of planting them out. Whereas, greenhouses are better suited to those who are wanting to grow fruits and vegetables throughout the year.
Perfect Potting Shed
Potting sheds can be an excellent way to not only maintain and care for your plants, but to store your garden tools too. This is as, in most cases, you will have three walls of your backyard shed free. Meaning you can easily install a number of hooks in which you can hang your tools or spare garden pots. Unlike a greenhouse, this allows you to keep everything organised in one place for effective potting. Therefore, a convenient storage space.
Furthermore, as a potting shed can be installed in many wood sheds, the three walls garden structure combined with the solid roof will help keep temperatures inside your shed slightly higher. This is ideal for young plants that may be vulnerable. For the perfect outdoor structures it is recommended to place the outdoor garden building so that the glass or plastic windows are facing the south.
For all of you green fingered individuals out there looking for the dream garden, Garden Buildings Direct has a range of buildings in our Potting Shed department that would suite the avid gardener. These Potting Sheds are a unique way of presenting the garden shed and making it more than just some storage sheds to keep your lawn mower. Set up your very own place for developing your seedlings and germinating your flowers in a stylish and practical Potting Shed. All of the buildings come with free* delivery to most of mainland UK.