Just what we were looking for. We wanted a portable greenhouse to put over our existing tomato plants to try to elongate our growing season. It was easy for the four of us to assemble and place over the spot. It appears quite sturdy, but if something like Hurricane Ike hits again, it will be in the adjoining pasture.
Great Shade Cloth! It's HOT, early here in missouri. This 40% shade cloth is perfect for plants that can't take this full, hot sun. Cooled our greenhouse down to a temp that plants are thriving in. Awesome product! Great price! [...] We recommend this to anyone using a hobby size greenhouse. Oh yeah, a cinch to install!
Excellent Quality and Craftmanship. I definitely recommend this greenhouse. I purchased and assembled this greenhouse last year. Construction is very good for the low price! Regarding assembly: there are lots of parts, but very easy-to-read instructions. Lay out your pieces and take your time. Enjoy!
nice. well I think it's great friends do also I MADE A BASE FOR IT AND MOUNTED THE COLD FRAME ON IT RIGHT NOW IT SITS ON MY DECK It is a little to early up here to tell how it's going to work I have big plans for it P/S I ALSO MAME A PLANTER UNDER IT WHICH IS PART OF THE FRAME I MADE I DRILLS HOLES IN IT FOR DRAINING SO YOU CAN PLANT IN IT ALSO THANKS I TALK TO MUCH DOUG
Start seedlings, nurture tender young plants, and develop tropicals or sensitive vegetation. Easy to set up greenhouses are designed in several sizes to meet a gardener's nursery needs like compact units that will protect a handful of container plants. Add shelving to larger walk-in sizes for multiple maintenance. Coverings protect from wind and UV damage, and all these are economical options that make it convenient to purchase more than one.
Each is designed to provide the perfect surroundings in sun or shade placement and will keep winds and weather at bay. From small ground covers to reach-in shelving to fully-scaled professional units, there’s a style for every level of gardener and nature lover. Protect your starter plants from frost or nurture exotics and tender perennials in an array of greenhouse settings, and many of these are economical enough to make it convenient to purchase more than one.