Almost three years ago I waxed lyrical about buying a three metre Gardman walk in polytunnel at a real bargain price. You can read the original posts, Walk in polytunnel describing the initial excitement, and Gardman walk in polytunnel chronicling the installation and reality of its failings.
All I was left with after two winters was the frame and canvas edging, the plastic covering having disintegrated. But with a few metres of scaffold netting and some blanket stitching I've knocked up a very serviceable substitute. Creates a micro climate and hopefully will make a pest free zone. Going to use it to grow cabbages.
Here's what I've ended up with...
|Stitched all around the frame ends, wire along inside to support walls, just digging over at present.|
|Here's detail on the blanket stitching.|