Victorian Glasshouses

The Westminster


We have always pushed the boundaries of greenhouse design creating striking structures with a contemporary feel. The new Westminster does just that.

The Grange Glasshouse


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

Victorian Planthouse


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

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 Glasshouse


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

The Octagon


The Octagon – satisfies orientation dilemmas adding excitement to your garden

The Hartley range of Victorian glasshouses exudes the utmost respect for the sense of style, function and proportion that was the very seed corn of Victorian Greenhouse design. Their timber and wrought iron glass houses were an integral and indispensable part of self-perpetuating gardens that were both a major source of pride and pleasure.

Ample growing height to accommodate exotic tree ferns or tropical palms comes as standard, as does a steep roof pitch for optimum weather resistance, and ambient growing conditions. From the essential simplicity of the Victorian Classic Glasshouse, to the spacious ambience of the Victorian Grand Lodge, the glasshouses range provides for the most exacting needs of gardens big or small. Either as a garden room, a specific growing environment, or a combination of both.

The traditional Hartley range of greenhouses an be easily customised to your personal requirements, or to form a tailor-made maintenance free replacement for an existing timber greenhouse that is beyond repair, incorporating narrower glass panes to match the original Victorian greenhouse in character and appearance.

Are you interested to know what inspired this range? Why not read the history of greenhouses in the Victorian era, which inspired this range.

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