Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Susie Great for over-wintering tropical plants!
Was actually 9 ft. diameter. Well built and designed. Looking forward to keeping the tropical plants alive this winter and maybe planting a small container salad garden in it ;-)
October 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Julie Greenhouse is grande
Bought this for my husband as a gift. Greenhouse is bigger than pictured but definitely takes two people to put together rather than one as it states in directions. Takes a while to truly understand how to maneuver its construction & we had to work from the inside. Once completed, it looks terrific, fits a lot of plants & has withstood three very windy days! Love the many windows! The black netting which comes with it to drape on the inside of the dome was not made correctly, but it was an easy fix! Worth the money especially with the free shipping when I bought this product. A little concerned about having to take it down if need be (i.e. for a hurricane!), but we are enjoying it immensely thus far!
May 12, 2006
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by AnotherMike Nice Greenhouse
Just finished putting it up. It took several hours of work by myself. I agree with the other reviewer that a partner would have helped. However, next time I put it up, it would take 30-45 minutes to assemble. Comes with a Nice carrying-case/storage case. I'm quite happy with the purchase.
December 18, 2006
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by David2112 Not very stable! Does Not withstand normal weather
I purchased this greenhouse with high hopes. I assembled it (took about 3 hours) and placed it in my yard next to a tree. I staked it in the ground. I also put 20 cement blocks around the edge to hold it in place. It was great for the first month but then we had 30 MPH winds and the next morning it was in the street! I had my wife help me bring it back, I put it back up to a new location and tied it to a tree. This time I tied it to a tree and added more cement blocks. About 2 weeks later, high winds again and it, once again, was colapsed. It was still attached to the tree but with a GAPPING HOLE in the side where one of the poles punctured it. I taped it up and tried again. To make a long story short, this greenhouse lasted me about 1 month. It is now GARBAGE (unreparable) and I am out nearly $400. Next greenhouse will be a stationary one with a metal frame! If you buy this, all I can say is stake it in the ground well (at least 3 feet down) and fasten it to 2x4's on the bottom and nail it to the boards. Then, put cement blocks on the bottom (where wood is) to gold it in place. 30MPH winds are not that strong.
March 9, 2008