Gardman Wooden Growhouse
Gardman Wooden Growhouse provides a sturdy and stylish plant protection solution. Growhouse is made with a rigid solid wood frame with double hinged doors. Insulating, shatterproof twin-wall polycarbonate glazing. Includes a hinged lid with locking stays to allow ventilation. Measures 2' 6" L x 1' 10" W x 3' 7" H. Imported.
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If you're willing to do a bit of extra work . . . I have had this greenhouse for about a year. I live near the ocean in a temperate climate. The greenhouse has not been exposed to any extreme weather conditions. It is made from poor quality materials. The plastic is corrugated plastic; it has aged, cracked, and come out of the frame. It is difficult to put it back in; I bought new material and stapled it onto the frame. The wood cracked easily during assembly and the structure is wobbly. This winter, the sides unattached themselves from the front. I have purchased and attached small metal brackets to support the structure and hold it together. Though I did not expect this to be a fine, high-quality greenhouse, I did expect better quality for the price paid. It's worth about $40. I am, however, happy to have a greenhouse. The wind and moisture in my area prevent me from having a metal frame with a plastic cover; this is really only the other inexpensive option I've been able to find. April 6, 2013
Broken Top This is made from very lightweight material which is just strong enough to hold it together before it starts to weather. We purchsed this as a Christmas gift for someone and they found out that the top piece was completely broken at a corner and the whole piece was barely hanging together. Reassembled it the best we could but the top was also was missing the black brace shown in the photo that holds up one side of the top. Will have to use a stick instead. Can't very well pack up the gift and take to a store so will have to make do. It looks nice and is OK for benign environments but don't expect to use it for anything heavy or in an exposed area. December 28, 2011
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