Forest Garden sheds, buildings and  storage

Sheds and summerhouses, arbours and arches, pagodas and playhouses - anything you want in your garden to make it a great extension of your home - we have it! UK manufacturers Forest Garden supply our high quality garden timber products. We're really excited about their fabulous selection of garden structures and buildings - gazebos offering escape, privacy and shade, and arbours for stylish sheltered seating.  Fall in love with the romantic Forest Garden Florence Arch or create your perfect garden retreat with the Forest Garden Oakley Summerhouse.  Browse here for spacious, light-filled home office log cabins or pergolas to create a magical outdoor dining and entertaining space.

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Quality Forest Garden sheds and storage

No garden is complete without a garden shed and we have every size and combination of features available. We have pressure-treated and dip-treated sheds, sheds with an apex or pent roof, sheds with windows or not! Doors come with hidden hinges and all glazing is made from strong polycarbonate. A popular, practical choice is our spacious Forest Garden Overlap Pressure Treated 10x6 Pent Shed - ideal for storing larger garden equipment or for use as a workshop or hobby space. Like all our pressure-treated sheds, it comes with a 15 year Forest Garden guarantee against rot.

Garden storage solutions

From neat, inconspicuous design solutions like our simple Forest Garden Pent Tool Store to a Forest Garden windowless shed which is perfect for the security-conscious, we just know you’ll find the shed or storage structure to help you sort that space issue. The Forest Garden Pinnacle Log Store is an unusual and attractive storage solution for logs or check out our Forest Garden Log and Tool Store - a really handy storage combo.

Exciting outdoor spaces

Our favourite budget option is the little Forest Garden Lyon Arbour – its lattice sides and box seat provide an instant cosy nook. Or may be you're looking for a traditional wooden garden building with great detailing? The Forest Garden Burford Gazebo is an awesome choice - handsome, substantial and made from high-quality pressure treated tongue and groove. If you want lots of space for a home gym or office, then one of our log cabins will give you just that - the Forest Garden Chiltern Log Cabin is roomy and practical.

Finally, for the special people in your life, how about a delightful playhouse or garden summerhouse. We have the cute Forest Garden Parsley Playhouse with a decorative veranda area and stable doors, and the elegant Forest Garden Honeybourne Summerhouse for afternoon tea and naps!

FREE UK delivery on all Forest Garden products!  Our friendly team is here for advice or more detail. Call us on 01529 308839 or check out our convenient web chat facility.

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Arches and Arbours Make Garden Designers of us All

Garden designers and landscape architects have long been fans of arches and arbours, and indeed they have been used for centuries in gardens all around the world. Go to any historical gardens like Hidcote Manor or Sissinghurst and you’ll find arches inviting you to explore further, and arbours encouraging you to pause and enjoy a view or the fragrance of flowers.

Homeowners of more modest means have caught on, of course, and now we can all buy from a huge range of wooden arches and arbours to suit smaller scale gardens.
TV gardener Alan Titchmarsh thinks they’re great for distracting the eye from an unsightly view. And he’s right, of course. So if you’re getting irritated looking at a tatty old garage or part of your neighbour’s extension, use an arbour or an arch to divert attention away to something more interesting and inviting.

There is something romantic and magical about the light under these kinds of garden structures. Paths become striped with light and shadow and many of them are designed with architectural details, slats and cross beams, to catch your eye when you look up.


Take a look at the wooden arches and arbours from Forest Garden’s range to get a feel for what one will add to your outdoor space.


Tips for designing with garden arches or arbours

Once your arch is put together, get some willing helpers to haul it around and try out possible positions before you commit to sinking the uprights in securely. Likewise, check out the prevailing wind direction and sources of shade before you fix the final position of your arbour. Take a few steps back and look at it from different perspectives, is it doing the job you want it to do?

Try placing a couple of handsome matching planters at the base of an arch to create a real sense of entrance and substance. This is especially effective if it’s leading through to a secret garden or private corner.

Use two or more arches along a path to create a covered walkway effect or colonnade. This is a classic garden design technique. It creates privacy and provides shelter when walking between a house and garage, or on a path to a home office or summerhouse.

Paint your arch or arbour, there is a fantastic range of outdoor paints out there. Choose a mellow heritage colour for a harmonious, calm look or something brighter and bolder for real zing and theatre. This can be a great way to ensure your garden design maintains visual interest for you in the winter when blossom and leaves have been blown away.

What to grow over an arch or arbour

The popular Gardeners’ World forum has over 15,000 views on suggestions for what to plant up arches or over arbours so there are plenty of us out there already loving the impact of vertical garden design.

Plan to plant up and around your new structure. Now is not too late for planting bare-rooted roses to get established this spring. Very popular is the white scented Madame Alfred Carriere Rose with Clematis Comtesse de Bouchard or Etoile Violette growing up through it. If you want evergreen cover, try Clematis Armandii for a big glossy spread and great scented flowers. Even in autumn and winter the bare twisting stems of these plants form a garden sculptural beauty of their own. Winter can also be a great time to hang bird feeders from an arbour corner. There must be no greater garden pleasure than sitting still out of the wind and watching birds come to feed close by.

Finally, don’t forget some low-level planting. Lavender will bring fragrance as well as soften path edges and borders.

For info on the perfect climbing clematis for your arch or arbour, visit Clematis/RHS Gardening

For information on our wide range of garden arches and arbours, or any other garden supplies, contact the experts at Turnbull & Co Ltd on 01529 308839 or via our webchat facility.

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