Here comes Haxnicks Sunbubble!•
Posted on 23 February 2015
The Sunbubble growing space - the ultimate movable 'greenhouse'.
Hello Gardeners, I have some more exciting news from Haxnicks for you. Here on our website and coming soon to a garden centre near you is Haxnicks Sunbubble growing space. You can create your own exciting plantarium in a bubble with this amazing dome shaped, instant plant house or conservatory. Like all Haxnicks products it is easy to use and solves a gardening problem in a new and innovative way. Not everybody has the right space, money or permission for a traditional greenhouse. So one that can be put up, moved or stored away quickly and easily is surely the answer. Luckily the Sunbubble does just that. It is made from UV stabilised PVC and flexible fibreglass rods and due to its patented one-piece, folding design it can be unpacked, put up, or packed away in an instant. What’s more Sunbubble will warm up quicker than a traditional greenhouse because its curved shape means that the surface stays at 90º to the direction of the sun all day long, achieving minimum reflection and maximum penetration of light, just what your plants need. And if you are craving some warmth and sunlight too, perhaps on days when it is too chilly to relax outside then Sunbubble makes the perfect shelter from which to enjoy your garden.
So grow crazy....
or just grow lazy!
There is plenty more news of new products coming shortly, but in the meantime have a look at Sunbubbles going up in this short video. Goodbye for now, Grandpa Haxnicks
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