About Us

Cultivar Greenhouses is an industry-leading, premium greenhouse manufacturer utilising cutting-edge technology and modern engineering techniques to create luxury, handmade greenhouses. It provides a range of modern and traditional designs handcrafted with high-quality, long-lasting materials, including sustainable Accoya wood and aluminium, available in a stylish grey or grey-white finish. 

Cultivar uses only the finest Accoya Wood for its greenhouses. Accoya is a Class 1, FSC-certified, durable wood that is less susceptible to warping, twisting, shrinkage and swelling in an outdoor environment. The wood is naturally treated to last at least 50 years, providing a strong, robust framework which will stand the test of time. 

All Cultivar Greenhouses are made to measure and are available in numerous sizes and designs. Its range of modern greenhouse designs offers a generous pitched roof with contemporary styling and highly advanced engineering, while its traditional Victorian structures feature narrow pane centres, hand-turned finials and Accoya framing to ensure a period look without missing out on all the advantages of Cultivar’s modern engineering techniques.

As well as beautiful, bespoke designs, every Cultivar Greenhouse includes automated air vents, roof shading, 4mm toughened safety glass, rainwater diverters, series 3 shelving and staging, and the option of cold frames.

With over 25 years of experience in the industry, the Cultivar team is passionate about producing premium, long-lasting and stylish constructions to elevate any garden and allow gardeners to gain more from their growing efforts.

What services do you provide?

Conservatories & Garden Rooms

How would you describe your style?

"Premium, made-to-measure greenhouses available in stylish contemporary or beautiful traditional designs, handcrafted to suit every gardener’s taste, space and growing requirements. 

Cultivar Greenhouses are made from sustainable and durable Accoya wood and aluminium, and are available in a range of sizes and styles, including with or without a dwarf wall, with a porch, pavilion or alcove entrance, and as a standalone or lean-to construction."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"Cultivar Greenhouses recently completed its largest bespoke installation to date. Standing at an impressive 6 metres wide by 7 metres long the stunning Victorian construction features a spacious double-door porch and a twin apex design, offering a large open central space which provides plenty of options for even the most enthusiastic of growers.

Designed and constructed for the customer at their home in mid-Wales, the building features hand-turned finials at the end of each apex with traditional narrow pane centres, ensuring a charming period look with all the advantages of modern engineering.

Its expertly manufactured and durable aluminium frame sits atop a rustic brick dwarf wall, with cold frames installed on either side of the fully opening double doors for additional growing space. 

As well as Cultivar’s stunning signature design, it includes all the manufacturer’s cutting-edge technology and engineering, such as precisely mitred corners, 4mm toughened safety glass, discreet secure fixings and heavy-duty aluminium gutters and downspouts. 

It also features Cultivar’s standard high-and low-level ventilation for maximum airflow, which opens and closes on an automatic system via a wax-filled cylinder that expands when warm, pushing out the piston which will open the vents without electric or manual opening. This helps to filter and circulate warm air around the greenhouse, keeping plants and vegetables healthy and thriving.

Inside, the greenhouse boasts fully adjustable staging and shelving, providing generous space to work and grow. The staging is modular, allowing the customer to choose their preferred set-up. Additional units featuring three vertical shelves can be added, ideal for seedlings and cuttings, which can be slotted into the screw ports without the need for drilling."