Polythene Sheet is an essential allotment and vegetable patch accessory to offer early and mid season warmth and provide protection for your crops. Our high quality, heavy duty polythene sheet is UV stabilised and is ideal for making plant cloches...More information
Polythene Sheet is an essential kitchen garden, allotment and vegetable patch accessory for the gardener who wants to offer early and mid season warmth and protection to plants; and when it's a top quality, heavy-duty, UV stabilised version you can be sure it won't let you or your plants down.
Available by the metre in two generous widths (2m and 2.6m wide), the Polythene Sheet can be used to form a poly tunnel over early crops and give summer heat-loving crops like peppers conditions they will thrive in. Use the Polythene Sheet with our crop protection hoops to create a instant poly tunnel or large cloche.
Simply select the width you require and add the number of metres you would like to the quantity box.
- Polythene Sheet is heavy duty and UV stabilised for a long garden life
- Ideal for creating Poly Tunnels
- Available in 2 and 2.6 metre wide
- Sold by the linear metre
- All widths rated at 100 microns (400 gauge) thickness
- Quality material which will last years in the garden
Well packaged and secure arriving promptly. slightly confused when purchasing as an order of 20 x 2 mt. in one sheet is logged in the basket a 20 items of 1 x 2 mt. Used for a home made cold frame and poly shed/greenhouse, it's of good quality, easy to use and works well in both situations. Being a been resent purchase I can not comment on the UV capabilities for twelve months and will update this review then. H.H. has a good range of products at competitive prices with a good customer service and delivery system.
I needed some UV stabilised sheeting to use in building myself a coldframe for my allotment. The 2.4 m wide stuff was just a little wider than I would have needed but the 2.0 m stuff not wide enough. Good quality sheeting and I have used it on 37 x 45 mm battens to build the frame, "double glazing" it on each the elements of the build. Now screwed together on the lotty and looking good. Although I haven't laid inside to check it for warmth, it does appear to be doing what I wanted it to!