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Gardman R700 5-Tier Greenhouse with Heavy Duty Cover, 27" Long x 18" Wide x 79" High
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- Ideal for small backyards or homes where space is an issue; place on a deck, patio, or balcony
- Gives seeds, seedlings, and young plants an early start
- Heavy-duty reinforced polyethylene cover and roll-up zippered door for easy access
- Strong push fit tubular steel frame assembles in minutes without any tools
- 27" Long x 18" Wide x 79" High
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Gardman R700 5-Tier Growhouse with Heavy Duty Cover. Give your seeds, seedlings, and young plants an early start in this compact greenhouse. Ideal for small backyards or homes where space is an issue; place on a deck, patio, or balcony. Quality construction and materials to last many seasons. Five 18" deep shelves for pots and seed trays. Strong powder-coated tubular steel frame with simple push-fit assembly that requires no tools. Heavy duty reinforced polyethylene cover and roll-up zippered door for easy access. Includes guy ropes, and metal stakes for extra stability against high winds. Easy to follow assembly instructions. Dimensions: 27" Long x 18" Wide x 79" High. **Replacement cover for this greenhouse is Gardman item #R700SC (sold separately). Gardman "Bring your garden to life"
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Our greenhouses are affordable, lightweight and easy to assemble. Ideal for protecting seedlings, tender plants, seed germination, and rooting tender cuttings.
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- I like the thicker heavy-duty plastic covering and it is reinforced with a crossweave.
- The shelves are somewhat flimsy, but you're not putting a lot of weight on this so it should be fine. I did have one issue with the wind blowing it over last week...i realize it would be wise to use some cable ties to strap down the shelves to the frame.
- 5 shelves. There were several other mini-greenhouses I looked at that were similar to this and they only had 4 shelves. If you really only want 4 shelves, you can remove one of the wire shelves, but with this one you at least have the option to go with 4 or 5. Just stack one set of wire shelves on another so you don't have to store the wire shelves somewhere else.
- The zipper door is somewhat heavy duty...you shouldn't have any problems with snags or breaks.
- There are ties to hold the door up and to hold the cover to the frame.
- It gets really hot inside. I wish it had a venting system built into this. I don't want to completely open this to allow too much moisture to escape, but you definitely need to release the excess heat inside here.
- Because of being tall/narrow, you do need to consider anchoring it down or the wind will easily knock it over.
Overall, it's very good. I am curious to see how long it lasts after being in the sun for an extended period of time. Hopefully it lasts a good 3-5 years.
This is just like the other greenhouses out there that look similar. I do not recommend putting it outside as the top would eventually deteriorate over time (I've had similar ones and know from experiece). If you do place it outside, make sure you do what you have to do to not lose it in a wind storm, they have no problems relocating themselves and spilling your plants.
For inside, this is great! It is super easy to put together. This is the heavy duty version and while the bars and shelves are the same as the normal version, the topper does seem to be a bit better quality. This also is larger in size and you can fit more plants on it. My fav part about it was the height, this one is bigger than the most so you get more plants on it for your money. Overall it's a decent stand and the price doesn't make you feel bad if you destroy it.
I wanted it simply to set up seed trays to give my veggies and early start, and for that it works well. The trays of seed pods only get moved when they are first planted and when the seedlings are ready to go in the ground, and they aren't terribly heavy. So, no collapses. But if you wanted to put potted plants in them, as many reviewers did, you could come to grief. The frames are metal tubes just slotted into plastic frames, nothing screwed together to give them stability for heavier plants.
Bottom line, think about how heavy the items are you want to put in here, how much moving -- both of pots and of the unit from one place to another -- you expect to be doing, before you commit. If you can find a local retailer that carries these, go take a look and see if you think they will work for you. If you like them, Amazon's price is usually competitive if not the best, and I believe the shipping was free. Win. Win.