Notice of Intent to Enter Liquidation

Despite the best endeavours of our Directors and management team to find a way forwards and continue the business, unfortunately The Internet Gardener Ltd has now ceased trading.

After trading successfully for 13 years, and with over 200,000 happy customers we are sorry to announce this news which will evidently have a huge knock on effect to our dedicated staff, loyal customers and supportive trade partners. Thank you for choosing Internet Gardener since 2006.

All trade creditors will be contacted by our nominated insolvency practice within the next 3 weeks.

Should you have an outstanding order with ourselves, details and advice will be emailed to you directly within the next 5 days, in the first instance please contact your payment card provider or Paypal.

Cold Frames

A cold frame is simply a box with a clear sloping lid and an open bottom allowing you to add protection from the cold to any ground space in your garden.

These cold frames are low to the ground, creating a compact, controlled growing environment that will keep the soil warm and protect your plants from harsh gusts of wind. Whether you're overwintering plants or eager to get seedlings started in early spring, cold frames are essential for any keen gardener who doesn't have room for a greenhouse. Single cold frames have one opening lid at the top for access and ventilation, and double cold frames have two separate lids allowing you to keep one opened and one closed as needed, adding versatility to what you can grow.

Wooden cold frames are an inexpensive option, perfect for smaller gardens. They're made with pressure-treated timber to ensure they won't rot and are topped with a strong plastic lid made with acrylic or Perspex that lets the sunlight in and keeps the cold wind out. Forest Garden cold frames are made with FSC certified timbers that carry a 15-year guarantee against rot, so they're a great choice for long-term use. Zest 4 Leisure double cold frames are made from responsibly sourced pine and spruce timbers that are also pressure treated, so you will be able to overwinter autumn seedlings for many years to come.

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