Farmhouse™ Pop-Up Greenhouse
9 feet wide and deep, 8 feet tall, and well-ventilated, it's large and spacious enough to serve as a year-round potting bench.
Just zip it up, tie it down, and you're ready to go!
If you have dreamed of having a greenhouse but never had the money to buy one or the know-how needed to put one together, the Farmhouse™ Pop-Up Greenhouse is the answer. Completely self-erecting, you just zip it up, tie it down, and get ready to safely grow your tender and tropical plants over winter, start your entire garden from seed, or propagate plants year-round in this spacious, weather-proof structure.
Measuring 8 feet tall and 9 feet wide and deep, the Pop-up Greenhouse is large enough to stand comfortably and roomy enough to set up shelves or even an entire potting bench or two! The doors are fully screened for better ventilation, and large windows (which can zip closed, as can the doors) provide great cross-ventilation. A shade cloth protects the greenhouse from unseasonable summer heat, and sturdy tie-downs keep it secure during high winds and stormy weather. There has never been a greenhouse so protected from the elements at such an economical price!
Now, you may be wondering how a greenhouse can call itself "self-erecting." Well, the Pop-Up does just that -- pops into postion as you zip it up. No poles, no drilling, no complicated instructions or power tools needed! If you ever want to store or move it, just hose it down to clean it, then roll it up and place it in its carrying bag. It's that easy!
The Farmhouse™ name is well trusted for quality and superior performance, and we highly recommend this greenhouse. Whether you just need it during winter and spring to keep your tender plants warm and begin the new garden from seed, or want a year-round "indoor potting bench" for all your garden projects, rely on the Pop-Up!
Overall Rating: 3 Stars
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This was my second season for this greenhouse, and it is not holding up to our moderate central coastal california weather. It has ripped where the side support meets the roof, and the netting ripped within just two months. As our night tempertures are usually in the 40's, the plants are OK, but I was hoping for more of a sturdy structure.
Works well....temperature several degrees higher than outside, but the zippered netting is flimsly and tore within 2 weeks. I still love it, however, and have grown root crops, tomatoes, spinich and onions successfully -even though our night temperatures are in the high 30"s. would recommend, but expect the netting to tear.