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FlowerHouse

Model # FHFH700

Internet # 100377431

FarmHouse 9 ft. x 9 ft. Pop-Up Greenhouse

$340.00 /each

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Model # FHFH700

Internet # 100377431

Store SO SKU # 449383

Help protect your plants and extend your growing season with the FlowerHouse 9 ft. D x 9 ft. W Pop-Up FarmHouse Greenhouse. Constructed with Gro-Tec rip-stop protection, this durable greenhouse is UV protected to provide long performance life. The greenhouse's 12 screened vent openings create great air circulation, while closing the vents promotes and helps maintain the high humidity levels desirable for an ideal growing environment.

  • Gro-tec rip-stop fabric for high durability
  • 81 cu. ft. storage capacity accommodates a wide number of plants
  • Easy assembly with no required tools
  • Sets up on soil and hard surfaces
  • Open floor helps you set up the greenhouse over existing trees and bushes
  • Unique zip-together design helps you zip together 2 or more FarmHouses end to end
  • 12 screened vent openings create great air circulation while hardening off your plants
  • Closing the vents promotes and helps maintain the high humidity levels desirable for an ideal growing environment
  • UV protected for long performance life
  • Hot tub cover for foul weather
  • Compact for easy transport, setup and takedown
  • Stakes and high-wind tie downs included for your convenience

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Approximate Greenhouse Depth (ft.) 
Approximate Greenhouse Height (ft.) 
Approximate Greenhouse Width (ft.) 
Assembled Depth (in.) 
108 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
96 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
108 in 
Door Opening Height (In.) 
70.5 
Door Opening Width (In.) 
60 
Details
Assembly Required 
Yes 
Floor Options 
Without Floor 
Frame Color Family 
Clear 
Greenhouse Features 
Collapsible,Double door,Screen vents,Shade cover included,Stakes included,Storage bag included,Vents,Windows,Zipper closure 
Maximum Roof Load (lb./ sq. ft.) 
Maximum Wind Resistance (mph) 
45 
Number of Doors 
Number of Vent Openings 
12 
Product Weight (lb.) 
70 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.) 
81 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 YEAR LIMITED FACTORY WARRANTY 

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Can this survive New York winter???

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December 23, 2015
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The construction is similar to a camping tent with thin poles locked into place to support the tent fabric. I have no experience with the product but doubt it could handle any snow or ice load at all.
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November 25, 2015
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This greenhouse has survived many Michigan winters, so yes! This greenhouse can definitely survive New York winters as well. The only thing to note is to keep the snow-load off the top, as this is a portable structure it is best to make sure it is secured and keep weight off the top.
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October 27, 2015
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
“The simple answer is "yes", because we do have many customers in our Northern States that us our greenhouses over winter. With that said, to use any greenhouse in the winter you will most likely need to use a heater. A greenhouse by definition has no insulation, and once the sun goes down the temp Read More
Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
“The simple answer is "yes", because we do have many customers in our Northern States that us our greenhouses over winter. With that said, to use any greenhouse in the winter you will most likely need to use a heater. A greenhouse by definition has no insulation, and once the sun goes down the temp inside the greenhouse will eventually mirror the temp outside. Our greenhouses are designed so that a heater can be used as needed, which will allow for over winter use. In most cases a heated greenhouse will shed snowfall, however you should knock off the early season/late season heavy wet sticky snows. "
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will this hold up to snow an ice?

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December 23, 2015
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The construction is similar to a camping tent with thin poles locked into place to support the tent fabric. I have no experience with the product but doubt it could handle any snow or ice load at all.
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April 30, 2015
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
“This is a tent like structure and it can be used in any weather, but heavy/excess snow needs to be swept off.”
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April 28, 2015
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Our greenhouses are designed for portable storage, and ideally would be taken down in the winter. However, used with a small heater the snow load will melt most of the way and just be sure to brush any excess snow or ice off and the greenhouse should hold up just fine!
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Wind Rating/Freeze Protection

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Two questions:
1) How much wind will this withstand without being anchored down?
2) I have some tropical plants. If I put a small heater in it, will this protect them from freeze damage down to around 15-20 degrees (F)?
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December 23, 2015
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Don't know about the wind rating. I anchored mine to the ground with 6" long nails and expect it can withstand 20 mph gusts but I do not want to find out.
I have placed a 1500 watt electric space heater in my greenhouse and on medium power with a modest thermostat setting I was able to maintain 39 degrees inside when it was 28 degrees outside. If the outside temp drops to 15-20, I imagine the heater Read More
Don't know about the wind rating. I anchored mine to the ground with 6" long nails and expect it can withstand 20 mph gusts but I do not want to find out.
I have placed a 1500 watt electric space heater in my greenhouse and on medium power with a modest thermostat setting I was able to maintain 39 degrees inside when it was 28 degrees outside. If the outside temp drops to 15-20, I imagine the heater could keep the plants above freezing if it was set to maximum power and max on the thermostat. Using this heater, I am concerned if moisture due to condensation or blown in by the wind gets inside the greenhouse or if wind or something knocks the heater over....might produce undesirable results. Do this with Caution. When it is raining, I probably will not run the heater until I have more experience with the greenhouse and can know how dry it stays inside. Read Less
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January 10, 2015
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I am using a small space heater in my greenhouse to keep my tropical plants happy, some are even blooming.
I did not use the stakes--all I did was put heavy pots on the corner.
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January 10, 2015
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Jeff, Our greenhouse isn't anchored in the traditional sense. The shelter is on a concrete patio about 6 feet away from the house so it does get some protection from the wind from the house. I have it loosely tied to a decorative fence but I have placed 2X6 boards on the lip on the bottom of the shelter and laid large landscaping bricks on them. (I think you can see that in the photo.) We have had some Read More
Jeff, Our greenhouse isn't anchored in the traditional sense. The shelter is on a concrete patio about 6 feet away from the house so it does get some protection from the wind from the house. I have it loosely tied to a decorative fence but I have placed 2X6 boards on the lip on the bottom of the shelter and laid large landscaping bricks on them. (I think you can see that in the photo.) We have had some 20+mph winds, which is unusual in our part of the country, and have had no problems.
As to the temperature, I have one small electric heater and a box fan even with temps just above 20. With those, the temperature inside the shelter stays 18 or so degrees above the outside temp. We have recently had temps. We recently had a colder spell (temps to <10 so I added a light and another small heater. The temp is staying around 30 degrees above the outside.
One caution...when you have a cold but sunny day, the temp inside the shelter will rise dramatically. Just open a couple of the windows or unzip the top of the doors to allow for some heat to escape.
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What size box dose this come in

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approximately 42 inches by 42 inches by 8 inches
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December 18, 2015
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The shipping box dimensions are 41" x 41" x 6"
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great We just got it. So far I really like it. It was easy to put up with 2 people. I think I'm going love it! May 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Well Designed, Strong, Durable I've had this for 2 winters now and would highly recommend it. We put our fruit trees in it around the first freeze and it does a good job of protecting them from freezes IF we also put a heater in it. Understandably so, it doesn't insulate that well, so the interior temperature will drop close to the surround air at night. However, it has survived several 40-50 mph wind storms with no damage. There are only two negative on this - (1) the installation instructions are pretty useless and (2) the screens puncture too easily. Otherwise, I'd give it 5 stars. Once you put it up, it's pretty obvious how it goes together and you can forget about the installation instructions. It's pretty easy to put up and take down. I don't care that much about the screens either because I want the bees to get in to pollinate my fruit trees in the early spring. It's designed well, there are a lot of windows/openings where you need them and the zippers are strong and well reinforced. Using this has really increased my fruit production in the spring with the extra heat that can be put on the plants in the early spring. March 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent quality and durability The "tent" fabric seems very tough. The zippers are the best I've seen. Wish my camping tents had this quality. I expect this greenhouse should last through several winter seasons here in Arizona. Three people are necessary to erect the tent. One tall person to stand inside and hold it up while the other two install the supporting poles. Very sturdy once erected. Spacious. I had to purchase 6" long nails to secure the greenhouse to the ground. My ground was too hard for the thin stakes provided with the product...they could not be driven into the ground without bending. There is good provision for ventilation with an abundance of window flaps that can be zipped shut or rolled-up and secured with Velcro straps sewn into the product. December 23, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Greenhouse We needed something that could be close to our house. December 11, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I Like It! I have always wanted a greenhouse but was not sure how much space would be enough or if I would keep up with it. I decided to try this one accepting the fact that it was not terribly expensive and could not be a permanent structure. I am very happy with the quality, much more sturdy than expected and I agree with the other reviews, it is easier to put up with 2 people. This is my first season to use it so I really dont know how long it will last but it has been a great product to start my greenhouse experiment in. October 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than expected I'm about to set it up for a second winter in North Texas. It worked great one year, I'm about to find out about durability. We have compacted clay soil which broke the included stakes. Just get stakes appropriate for your soil type. October 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy, quick, and functional The Farmhouse arrived ahead of schedule which is always nice. Quick and easy set-up by myself in about 25 minutes after reviewing the easy to understand instructions. I purchased the farmhouse to replace a three year old Dreamhouse, which is also a Flowerhouse product. The Dreamhouse was left assembled year round, which cause the Sun to rot the screens used for venting and doors after the second year. All other materials used seem to be good quality. August 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The jury is out This is our 3rd of this size flower house. The first 2 lasted about 4 years each and were great...The 3rd tore just next to the zippered door while zipping it up...They sent us a new one and authorized return of this one...That is great service...We do have to return the old one which they authorized but we have to wait till the weather is conducive so we don't loose thousands of dollars worth of plants...We both just had cataract surgery and can't do any heavy lifting or straining and the weather is now too cold to take out the plants...I'm sure we will love it like we did the others as long as the plastic is as good as the first 2 were December 30, 2014
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