Potting sheds from Waltons offer gardeners a purpose-built unit suitable for sowing seeds, potting seedlings and growing on all your favourite fruit, veg, flowers and more. ...
Potting sheds from Waltons offer gardeners a purpose-built unit suitable for sowing seeds, potting seedlings and growing on all your favourite fruit, veg, flowers and more. A variety of sizes and styles suitable for most gardens and backyards is here, so we’re sure to have the potting shed you’re looking for. In need of a shed, but not sure which kind? In that case, head over to our shed buying guide, where you’ll find comprehensive information on all our different sheds and outdoor buildings.
Potting sheds sizes and styles:
Choosing a potting shed for a small patio or courtyard garden? If you have the perfect spot for a small plant prep area, we have the ideal potting shed for you. Our 6x3 Victorian grow house features a pent roof with vents double-opening doors, and is perfect for positioning against a wall or fence. For those in search of something bigger, take a look at our 8x6 potting shed with large lean-to styrene windows and an opening window for optimal ventilation. For those looking for versatility, our 8x8 potting shed/storage shed combination unit offers the best of both worlds – plenty of room for plant work with enough storage for all your gardening tools and equipment.
Potting shed materials
Our potting sheds are constructed using the same FSC-certified timber construction and UK site of manufacture as all our other wooden sheds. We also offer a standard 10-year anti-rot guarantee for your added peace of mind. For glazing, we’ve opted for shatterproof styrene and with quality shiplap construction, our potting sheds are watertight and draught resistant, creating optimal growing conditions for your plants.
Installing a potting shed
To ensure optimum performance and longevity, it’s very important to clear and level the ground before installing your new potting shed. You should always ensure your shed sits on a firm base – for smaller units, a wooden base works fine – you can purchase these along with your potting shed. For larger sheds and potting sheds, a patio slab or concrete base is a much better option. For step-by-step instructions on how to build the right base for your new potting shed, head over to our guide to building a shed base for all the information you need.
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