Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by LongIslandFarmer Can't control temperature & shredded
Roof panel is separate from individual side panels and end panels. All panels attach to frame by threading an elastic tie through matching grommets in each panel around the frame pole. Then the side and end panels Velcro together in the corners. Roof panel has a "skirt" of dark fabric that hangs down over the side panels about 6". When there is a BREEZE, the skirt lifts up, exposing a 4" opening between the side panels and roof panels directly to the outside. We tried EVERYTHING we could think of to secure the flap down. Spent $100 on industrial Velcro to try to stick the flap to the outside wall. Velcro doesn't stick to the flap. Bought clamps and installed them on the outside to hold the flap to the pole. Wind blew, clamps popped off. I spent an hour in Home Depot with 3 employees trying to help me brainstorm a solution. The best we came up with was to cut a slit in the end of the flap and slide a heavy pipe through to weigh it down. Before I could try it, the entire zipper mechanism came off one of the doors, and the door blew open and we couldn't close it. Totally bummed. Devastated, actually. Side panels are long enough to anchor down, but end panels are not. I anchored with a piece of wood, which held the zipper mechanism underneath...it goes to the very bottom...until the wind blew and pulled the zipper mechanism totally off. It is IMPOSSIBLE to regulate the temperature in this greenhouse...even with a heater, it blows right out. As soon as the wind blows, your plants will die in cold temperatures. There's no extending the season with this thing (We're in New York). The frame is VERY sturdy, but because of the gap between the roof and sides, when it's windy, the entire greenhouse fills with air and it wants to pull right out of the ground. We had this hammer drilled to the driveway. Also, the gap lets freezing rain in, which will kill everything. BEYOND disappointed.
February 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by drummer65 Tarp barely fits
After assembling the frame, we struggled (putting it mildly) to get the roof tarp to fit correctly. Overall this is a good greenhouse. Very sturdy, all around. The only concern is the size of the roof and side panels.
May 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Raemarie great product
Easy to set up. No tools needed,use 2 people it makes it a bit easier because it is so big. Very roomy. Good quality. Very pleased with my purchase.
April 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by mowermanharry grt price. love it but beware-addl expns
Great cost comes with addl expense. TIE DOWNS ARE NOT STURDY- did not last 6 mo. Ones in jar at HD are thicker. we replaced most all. Ghse moves with breezes & stretches plastic. the 3/4 in Velcro on roll up windows, no longer matches Velcro on window. windows r now wider than roll up. But we love it anyway. Staking is an ABSOLUTE must with DEEP stakes and tie stakes to roof also not just bottom. No LONG (18" to 24") stakes and it will blow over like a box on your lawn-trust me on this :o)
July 10, 2013