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. Compact units will protect a handful of container plants. Add shelving to larger walk-in sizes for multiple maintenance. Coverings protect from wind and UV damage. These are economical options that make it convenient to purchase more than one.
DOUG from BRIDGEPORT CT 06606
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
bill from Illinoise
looks good, will test it in spring.
journeyman863 from Mulberry, Florida
Just after I completed assembly 2 days later our area droped down to about 30 degrees. None of the plants inside were effected at all. Positioning in the yard the Green House is just plain attactive.
Logan from North Carolina
I use the shelves in a greenhouse and they are a little flimsy but they hold up the plants well and they block very little light.
Ace from Rockford, IL
Got this for my dad who is always starting plants from shoots and seeds! He loves it and his plants are doing much better!
Jenn from San Diego, Ca
I bought this as a shade cover for my greenhouse because the heat was unbearable in the summertime. It reduced the heat by 70%. It's durable and the grommets were useful in securing it to stakes firmly to the ground.
little one from nantucket ma
I have been able to order plants and keep them until my garden has been built.
Big Daddy from St Louis, MO
Replaced an old vent. The auto vent opens according to the inside temperature of the greenhouse. [...]
steakntater from springvale maine
Put in a floating floor looks great a little tricky trying to put together because the directions were just good [...]
Michele the new gardener from Tabernacle, NJ
Right now the shelves are actually in my house, until we put together the greenhouse, and they are attractive enough that they don't stand out as misplaced. They are sturdy and will hold our plants just fine.