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FlowerHouse PlantHouse 5 ft. x 5 ft. Greenhouse
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FlowerHouse

PlantHouse 5 ft. x 5 ft. Greenhouse

$119.00 /each

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Protect delicate vegetation during winter or introduce yourself to the horticulture hobby with this 5 ft. x 5 ft. PlantHouse. The pop-up portable greenhouse assembles quickly to protect prized plants from frost and wind and includes stakes and tie-downs to keep it firmly in place even on the breeziest days. If this is your first foray into plant-growing, it’s an affordable way to dip your toe in the water. Easily regulate temperature and humidity by opening/closing the vents in the rip-stop Gro-Tec cover and access the structure through the zippered front or back door.

  • Assembled dimensions: 60 in. W x 60 in. D x 78 in. H
  • Sets up in minutes, no tools required
  • Promotes and maintains high humidity levels with vents closed to create a superior growing environment
  • Sets up anywhere, soil or hard surface
  • Included gro-tec cover is fashioned with rip-stop fabric with UV protection for longer life
  • Open floor allows greenhouse to be set up over existing trees and bushes
  • Great entry-level walk-in greenhouse for beginners
  • Protects plants and extends your growing season
  • Includes stakes and high-wind tie-downs to withstand gusty conditions
  • Shelves and greenhouse accessories sold separately
  • Note: product may vary by store

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does this come with a shelving unit of some sort?

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June 7, 2016
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There is plenty of room for shelving but shelving is not included. I believe shelving can be purchased separately.
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January 14, 2016
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No
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November 10, 2015
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No, enough room to add tables.
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Mesa AZ
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August 9, 2015
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No shelving unit
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San Jacinto California
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July 30, 2015
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No this particular model doesn't come with shelving but the 6.5 Flowerhouse Sunhouse does and it's a little larger.
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April 28, 2015
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No, this item does not come with any shelving.
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April 28, 2015
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This item does not come with a shelving unit, however we do have shelving units available - Exy Shelving - comes in all different sizes to fit your needs!
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Can I put an electric heater inside?

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20 miles north of San Antonio Texas
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Can I place an electric heater inside the flower house and set the thermostat to keep
Flowers from freezing ???
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January 14, 2016
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Yes, just make sure the heater doesn't run too hot or it could melt the walls of the greenhouse
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November 11, 2015
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
"Yes, space heaters can be used in our greenhouses. We recommend using an electric radiant heater that is thermostatically controlled."
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Yes, a small one should be safe.
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Protection from freezing ????

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If this greenhouse doesn't keep plants from freezing
Then what does it do ???
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October 18, 2016
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It has protected my plants on nights that dipped to freezing temperatures. Once closed, greenhouse keeps in heat from the day.
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January 14, 2016
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It can help with keeping precipitation from forming on your plants but if temperatures get too low below freezing, you will need to cover your plants with a sheet or put a heater inside of the greenhouse.
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November 11, 2015
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
"A greenhouse by definition has no insulation so once the sun goes down the temperature inside will eventually mirror the temperature outside. In a hard frost or freezing environment to keep plants healthy you can use a simple space heater to prevent this."
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We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
"A greenhouse by definition has no insulation so once the sun goes down the temperature inside will eventually mirror the temperature outside. In a hard frost or freezing environment to keep plants healthy you can use a simple space heater to prevent this."
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picture lools like 2 doors. Can I cut out a rear door opening? It would not need to close as it would abut a shed door.

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January 14, 2016
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There is only one door on this unit.
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It has two doors, front and back. I would not cut anything.
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October 15, 2015
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
“ There are two doors on this model, one on each end. "
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Customer Reviews

PlantHouse 5 ft. x 5 ft. Greenhouse is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 75.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely Love This! This greenhouse has extended my growing season!! Easy to assemble & sturdy once you tie it down (learned that the hard way). Already preparing for my Spring seedlings.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just the right size and durable Easy to assemble, even for a non technical person. I did it by myself. However, because we had no rain for months the ground was too hard to stake and secure the greenhouse. When we did get heavy rain and wind it blew into the woods. However, once the weather calmed down I was able to retrieve it and put it back in place stacking it this time. It held up with only a tiny tear from the rod. It holds all of my plants when it gets below freezing.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from exactly the item we needed to keep our tangerine tree and other herbs ready to enjoy throughout t... exactly the item we needed to keep our tangerine tree and other herbs ready to enjoy throughout the winter. easy to assemble and take down. this is our second greenhouse from home depot, love it
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Greenhouse Just the right size for my plants and yard, I like that it has two doors.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect for protecting my Sego Palms in the winter months perfect for protecting my Sego Palms in the winter months
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have bought several greenhouses by Flowerhouse, both pop-up styles and the X-up styles, and the... I have bought several greenhouses by Flowerhouse, both pop-up styles and the X-up styles, and they are the most convenient I have found on the market. They each have excellent qualities with a few hiccups that need improvement. However, on the whole, they beat the other manufacturers of portable greenhouses in general. As for this 5Wx5Lx6.5H Planthouse with gro-tec cover: Pros: (1) Upon arrival: excellent and durable gro-tec cover in great shape, no damage to screens, zippers, straps, tie-down loops and support rod pockets, super easy set up, clear instructions. Tie-downs, shade cover and stakes included. Two doors with 3/4 full heavy duty zippers and 3/4 unzippable mesh screens. No other vents. Super neat circular carrying/storage bag. (2) Love that the house has two-layer 6-inch deep skirts around the base, one layer folds out (has grommets at corners for additional stake-down, the other folds in. These allow one to weigh down and seal the base from critters and wind. (3) LOVE that there are two fully functioning doors, both for ventilation, visibility, and they allow you to set up the greenhouse as a pass-through. (4) Simple shock-cord rod framing system: The Planthouse support rod system is a little different - more simplified - than the larger pop-up greenhouses, but appears sufficient as we have already experienced a pretty strong windstorm. (By the way, tying down the greenhouse from the loops down and away into the ground with good stakes is ABSOLUTELY necessary ...do not think that bricks or stones around the base on the skirts will hold this very light structure down from even simple breezes.) There is a simple straight rod from fore to aft that fits into handy nylon pockets. This rod, unlike larger houses, floats up there, unattached to any side rods. Then you install the standard two rods per side arranged in an X. And finally, and differently from the other larger houses, two straight rods are installed, one each vertically on each side of the "front" door. The other door does not have these rods, so see Con below. The other structural attribute are two nylon straps, one on each end, that, when connected, serve to girdle the sides to relieve house-expansion pressure on the zippers and doors. The reason these are critical, is that the nature of these pop-up-type greenhouses puts the house always under the tension of wanting to expand, or pop-out. This makes the assembly easy and makes the structure stand with minimal hard-frame infrastructure. But the necessary downside is that the soft materials (cover, straps, doors, mesh, vents) are always being stretched. Over time, this puts a lot of pulling tension on the zippers and doors. So these straps help alleviate that (see associated Con below). (5) As for functionality: the gro-tec cover is awesome, durable, over two years running with mine and no problems with it. Zippers are robust and easy to handle, high-quality. The cover disperses light, yet allows great transmission. The house retains and concentrates heat well, and mitigates frost effects, but, of course to heat it during cold weather and to avoid freeze, one must deploy an interior space heater. And to control humidity, one must keep it dry (i.e., water your plants outside and then being them back in), or deploy humidity control. I place my greenhouses on a 5-inch deep bed of drain rock that is 12inches wider and longer than the L and W, but these structures can be placed virtually anywhere due to their light weight and their open bottoms. Cons: (1) Given the super-awesomeness and durability of the gro-tec cover, I have consistently been disappointed to find that both the nylon straps that relieve structural tension AND the mesh in the doors and vents (vents for larger houses) AND the shade cover are super cheap and disintegrate within three months of exposure to sun. It simply makes no sense that Flowerhouse would craft such a superior system for portable greenhouses, have such an excellent cover, and then shortchange their quality with these cheap materials. The mountain climbing and outdoor industries long ago delivered UVresistant connective and covering materials to their markets and Flowerhouse must do the same. I soaked my greenhouses' nylon pockets, straps, mesh screens, shade cover, and even my exterior tie downs with UV-protecting sprays, but that only extends their life by a month due to wash-off. This MUST be fixed! (2) All the pop-up Flower houses should have a second set of tension-relieve straps lower down on the structure. The current ones are at about 4.5ft height and this allows the lower half of the structure to still widen. As a result, the bottoms of the mesh doors are the first point of ripping due to UV-disintegration 100% of the time. An alternative that came to mind was that Flower house could eliminate those interior support straps and instead provide heavy duty interior loops, four at each side that holds a door, two above the door and two at the base. These would allow the customer to derive their own tension-relieving solution and eventually replace it if it fails. I would be fine simply using some UV-resistance rope and a turnbuckle for each pair to pull the sides together to relieve tension on the doors. And moving the horizontal strap to above the door eliminates the current obstruction to get inside. Even leaving the current straps as is but adding two sturdy loops at the base of each side holding a door would give the customer the flexibility to add a second tension-relieving system down low where the tension is greatest. (3) The lack of vertical rods on the "back door" side weakens structure from pressure from the top. Note that these greenhouses are NOT meant to support much weight from above (definitely not snow-worthy), but still...why go to the trouble to add support to one end and not add it to the other end? Not having the vertical support on the back door gives less resistance to a tie-down attached to the peak of that gable, causing it to squash as one tightens that tie-down...yuck. Overall: A few significant faults compromise the otherwise EXCELLENT structure of this greenhouse. I hope Flowerhouse eliminates these faults. Once they do, they will get 5 stars easy. For now 4, though I remain a customer because I hope that continued market demand will incentivize them to perfect their product.
Date published: 2016-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love It!! I bought this greenhouse a few months ago (I think in Feb.) and I love it. It works great and my seedlings did awesome in it. I grew some Tomatos in it and the plants are about 4' tall now and they have tomatos on them already while everyone elses plants in my neighborhood don't even have flowers. I wish I bought a larger one though, but I am considering buying a second one. In the instructions it says you can fill a 55 gallon drum or trash can with water to act as a heater at night... If you live in the cold or expect a cold night do not try that method. Get yourself a ceramic heater. All and all it's a great greenhouse and I cant wait till next winter/early spring to plant more seedlings again!
Date published: 2010-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Greenhouse I bought the greenhouse for my wife to replace a previous greenhouse (different make and model) that blew away in wind gusts up to 40 mph. This greenhouse is simple to assemble. It has gone through several storms with gusts up to 70 mph and is still in perfect condition...side note - my wife put paver stones on corner of greenhouse (one on corner inside the greenhouse and one on same corner outside the greenhouse just to be on the safe side).
Date published: 2011-05-03
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