Join the community – free of charge
The Juliana Greenhouse Forum is an online community for garden and greenhouse lovers. Here you can find tips and guides on how to get started in your greenhouse and how to make the most of it.
The forum is a website for inspiration, and a place to gain and share knowledge. We hope you want to be a part of this green community.
Do you have questions?
Our experts are more than happy to help you. They know everything from germinating to harvesting. You can also ask about the more technical questions such as plant diseases or winter cultivation.
You can see the previous answers from the experts under ‘column’.
Best wishes from the Greenhouse Forum
In our newsletter you can find inspiration and keep up with the Greenhouse Forum
During each month you will receive five newsletters, in which you among other things will receive special discounts and be up to date with the Greenhouse Forum.
The garden and greenhouse experts share their experiences and give advice on how to get most out of it. From time to time there will be guest bloggers with the newest trends within the garden community. Most of the blogs are relevant to the current season and you can benefit from the content of the blogs year after year.
Furthermore, in the newsletter you can enter competitions and win prices. You will also be introduced to accessories for the greenhouse, that is relevant for the given season, and receive exclusive discounts. The discount codes can be used for various products. Sign up for the newsletter today!
The garden and greenhouse bloggers
The Greenhouse Forum’s bloggers are regularly publishing new blogs, and you can learn from our experts with many years of experience in cultivation and in the garden life.
By clicking on the bloggers, you will access their personal site where you can read more about their experiences and backgrounds.
The content of the blogs can be everything from recipes using crops from the garden to the construction of greenhouses.
Green tomatoes for winter use
Tomatoes are typically grown in a greenhouse and comes in all shapes and sizes. But did you know that you can make use of them all year round…