The igrow greenhouse range is being launched this year, to celebrate Elite Greenhouses 60 years Golden Jubilee.
Established in 1953 and run by 3 generations of the family. Elite's MD Phil Hannant spoke to me to today to explain how excited they are by their new greenhouse, which will be available in three 6ft wide sizes: 6x4, 6x6 and 6x8.
Customers in the UK can choose either a silver or green finish and all come with polycarbonate glazing.
The igrow greenhouse range is designed to be economically priced, and great value for money, whilst maintaining Elite's high quality standards, finish and personal customer service.
With over 50 years of greenhouse manufacturing expertise and experience you can be sure an Elite Greenhouse is at the front of quality, technology and research, Elite Greenhouses are designed to deliver a level of performance that is second to none.
From the gardening professional to the beginner, everybody deserves the best possible greenhouse and with Elite's huge variety of greenhouses from the huge Classique model all the way down to the Compact, I am sure they have the perfect model for your needs.
Elite do not sell direct to the general public, but instead supply quality garden centres like ours. If you want to talk to someone about Elite greenhouses, call our garden centre greenhouse team on: 0121 355 7701. Our staff will be happy to help.
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