VegTrug wooden growhouse nursery & cover

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Buy VegTrug wooden growhouse nursery & cover: Perfect for small spaces, the sturdy VegTrug greenhouse nursery provides optimum conditions to get spring seeds and plants off to a flying start.<br><br>Made from sustainable timber, it includes four shelves made from individual slats that can be moved around to create a custom layout to suit your plants; taller plants can be easily accommodated alongside young plants and seedling trays.<br><br>The nursery works as a standalone unit, but can also be combined with the WallHugger planter and side table to create a complete growing station to stand against a wall or fence in the garden (sold separately).<br><br>Finished with a contemporary grey wash. Supplied with a heavy-duty PE greenhouse cover with zip-fastening door. Self-assembly required.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W70.8cm x D49cm x H157.5cm

Perfect for small spaces, the sturdy VegTrug greenhouse nursery provides optimum conditions to get spring seeds and plants off to a flying start.

Made from sustainable timber, it includes four shelves made from individual slats that can be moved around to create a custom layout to suit your plants; taller plants can be easily accommodated alongside young plants and seedling trays.

The nursery works as a standalone unit, but can also be combined with the WallHugger planter and side table to create a complete growing station to stand against a wall or fence in the garden (sold separately).

Finished with a contemporary grey wash. Supplied with a heavy-duty PE greenhouse cover with zip-fastening door. Self-assembly required.

Measurements:
W70.8cm x D49cm x H157.5cm

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