The Ickworth greenhouse is named after the National Trust site, Ickworth, a Georgian Italiante palace in the heart of Suffolk. The greenhouse is designed in a unique cruciform shape.
The Ickworth boasts a spacious interior, perfect for growing and entertaining. With an extended lobby situated either side of a large growing area, growers can embrace the opportunity for various internal layouts and usage. Including the opportunity to delineate areas for efficient and organised growing.
Each wing can comfortably accommodate a U-shaped bench with plenty of space remaining for pots, overwintering plants, or beds built into the ground to grow large tree or climber specimens into the roof space.
Alternatively, the removal of one of the lobby doors can create a blank end gable which again could be used for benching, beds or even a seating and entertaining area.