Urban Life Is Sprouting in the New Small City Greenhouses

Being able to grow chilies, tomatoes and herbs on just a few square feet in the city, has become popular. Consequently, the Danish greenhouse manufacturer Juliana has made a few more options for the urban citizens who have green fingers.


First published on the 5th of February 2019


Two seasons ago Juliana Greenhouses A/S launched their first model in their Urban series, that is the model City Greenhouse. Now the family is expanding with two new members – Urban Balcony and Urban Vertical. The series offers nice opportunities to decorate a balcony, roof terrace or courtyard, so the small space is utilized in the best way possible. In this way you can experience the joy of cultivating your own food while living in the city.


The Urban Balcony is meant for hanging on a wall or on the balcony’s rail, both fittings come with the greenhouse. As all the models in the series, Balcony is made from light black lacquered aluminium profiles and 0.16 inches toughened safety glass.


The Urban Vertical is free-standing and offers the opportunity to cultivate in the bottom part, while planting in the integrated flower box. On the top part is a small espalier, to hang gardening tools. The small wooden table can be used as a worktop to chop herbs for the food you might be preparing on the grill.


Life starts the day you start a garden.

– old chinese proverb

Juliana Urban Balcony


Juliana Urban City Greenhouse

Juliana Urban Vertical

Juliana Urban Vertical

Juliana Urban City Greenhouse

JULIANA GROUP

Juliana Group is a leading global supplier of quality residential greenhouses. Founded in 1963 by Mogens A. Stærmose in Odense, Denmark, the family-owned company is today owned by third generation, Nikolaj Stærmose. Headquarter and production remains Odense-based with subsidiaries in the UK and Germany and export to more than 20 countries.​​​​​​​

’We help people grow’. That is why our brands Halls, Juliana, and Gabriel Ash all set the frame for experiences that are as natural as they are magical. Despite our long history, we’re future-focused and curious on how we can improve the sustainability of our greenhouses. Learn more about Juliana on this page and join our online community of greenhouse enthusiasts: GreenhouseForum.com​​​​​​​