Victorian Greenhouses

The Grange Greenhouse

the-grange-glasshouse

The Grange rooted in and evolved through our heritage of designing horticultural structures

Victorian Planthouse

victorian-planthouse

The Victorian Planthouse with decorative roof ridge finials will grace any size of garden

Victorian Lodge with Coldframes

victorian-lodge-with-coldframes

From the essential simplicity of the Victorian Classic, to the spacious ambiance of the Victorian Grand Lodge, the range provides for the most exacting needs of gardens large or small.

Victorian Manor Greenhouse

victorian-manor-glasshouse

The Victorian Manor Greenhouse – popular with large private and public gardens, estates and commercial enterprises

The Octagon

the-octagon-glasshouse

The Octagon – satisfies orientation dilemmas adding excitement to your garden

These exquisite Hartley products hearken back to the Victorian era with their impeccable style, practicality and commanding presence. Originally made from timber and wrought iron, Victorian greenhouses were a status symbol – a staple in many traditional English gardens. Today, modernized versions of these structures can be found in a wide range of gardens, both big and small, all over the world.

The Hartley Botanic range of Victorian greenhouses caters to this universal desire for a stately garden structure, and does so with unbeatable quality and superior design. Featuring robust aluminum framework and slender glass paneling, a trademark of the Victorian era, these structures are both a joy to look at and a pleasure to work within.

Ample growing heights and spacious interiors come as standard throughout the Victorian range. Choose whichever product best suits your needs – a Victorian Grand Classic can be used to pursue your hobby, while the Victorian Grand Lodge is ideal for a varied and well-established garden.

If you’re looking for a Grand statement piece to complete your garden, look no further than a Hartley Victorian greenhouse – the perfect combination of historic beauty and elegant architecture.
Why a Hartley? Hartley Botanic