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Here at Hartley Botanic, we work with you throughout every stage of the buying process, from initial ideas and concepts, to getting the most out of your greenhouse in the years to come.

Established in 1938, we know what makes a quality greenhouse, and have perfected every single stage of the process, from design, right through to placing the final piece of glass.

We ensure everything that we do is not only built with care and precision, but is built to last a lifetime. The Hartley Botanic greenhouse company has been manufacturing hand made aluminum greenhouses in the UK for over 75 years.

Heritage & Recognition

To acknowledge the English Victorians as the worlds greatest pioneers and inventors, is something of an injustice to Vincent Hartley. In 1938 he patented his original aluminum greenhouse design, which excelled over its Victorian wood and wrought iron forerunner in every way.

1940s

Women busy in the early days working at the Hartley factory in Greenfield, England

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1940s

Headlamp Cowl invented by Vincent Hartley

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1950s

Original aluminum greenhouse design patent is registered

1954

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1958

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The Hartley Process

  • 1

    Get in touch

  • 2

    Discuss your requirements, & explore ideas

    (Visit a show site / we'll come visit you)

  • 3

    Place order

    (Technical specification supplied)

  • 4

    Manufactured to order

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    Delivery

  • 6

    Erection at location

Hartley Magazine

All the latest news, hints, tips and advice from our experts.

ROCKERIES, TROUGHS, AND CREVICE GARDENS, OH MY!

Eastern European ways with rock garden design have changed how we garden with alpines. Once upon a time, the alpine glasshouses at RHS Wisley, the famed display gardens of the Royal Horticultural Society, south of London left me in speechless awe.  It was like visiting an art gallery: Nano-tufts of rare aubretia, doll-sized clumps of [...]

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