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Mercia Traditional Greenhouse - 4 x 6ft (More options in OP) - £339.99 delivered @ Robert Dyas
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Mercia Traditional Greenhouse - 4 x 6ft (More options in OP) - £339.99 delivered @ Robert Dyas

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Palram Hybrid Greenhouse - Green - £289.99 delivered

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Make the most of your garden and outdoor space with this traditional greenhouse from Mercia Garden Products.

Mercia's Apex Greenhouses are fantastic products that feature fixed styrene glazing and opening windows to help lower the temperature within the garden building. This range is built using 12mm shiplap cladding and 44x27mm framing throughout for a stronger and solid build.

The perfect addition to your garden for plant growing and tool storage.

(Please note: Images are dressed and painted for display purposes only. All listed metric dimensions listed below include the roof overhang.)

Features and Benefits

  • Durable – This sturdy and strong garden building is constructed from robust timber and joints giving you a long-lasting and resilient structure.
  • Decorate yourself – Paint, stain or leave it natural, this greenhouse gives you the chance to customise it how you like.
  • Self-assembly – This is a two-person job but can be completed without any professional help needed. All assembly instructions are included.
Specifications

  • 12mm Shiplap cladding
  • Single Door with Turn Button
  • Fixed and Opening Glazed Windows
  • 44x27mm Framing
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I'm feeling hot hot hot..

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Going to grow chillies.
How much is it normally
It’s 4’ at the eaves and the door is 5’3” so it’s quite short so I’d be scared incase I scalped myself walking in and out. I’m also trying to find out information on the trademarked Fine Shield Technology it has which holds the polycarbonate sheets in :/ Once polycarbonate sheets have escaped from the greenhouse, you might find them in your neighbours garden!
Re the first greenhouse below the main pic Palram Hybrid Greenhouse - Green - £289.99 delivered

I have this and although reasonably happy now, I couldn't recommend it. It is a nightmare to put together - really. It needs a concrete base in each corner to start to secure the frame. The construction is a nightmare, a really complicated mecano set (for those old enough to remember). Constantly doing up bolts and then undoing because the instructions didnt say you need to leave the joint loose because later on you'll need to attach a third strut. Fiddly to get the window panels in. And then, having to silicon seal all the window panels in. If you dont, they'll blow out in a storm. I cursed this greenhouse every time I touched it whilst building it. Just leave it, trust me.....
TrickyDicky9915/04/2020 23:56

Re the first greenhouse below the main pic Palram Hybrid Greenhouse - …Re the first greenhouse below the main pic Palram Hybrid Greenhouse - Green - £289.99 deliveredI have this and although reasonably happy now, I couldn't recommend it. It is a nightmare to put together - really. It needs a concrete base in each corner to start to secure the frame. The construction is a nightmare, a really complicated mecano set (for those old enough to remember). Constantly doing up bolts and then undoing because the instructions didnt say you need to leave the joint loose because later on you'll need to attach a third strut. Fiddly to get the window panels in. And then, having to silicon seal all the window panels in. If you dont, they'll blow out in a storm. I cursed this greenhouse every time I touched it whilst building it. Just leave it, trust me.....


Couldn't disagree more ! I have had this several years now and still standing strong as new ... I used 4" x 2" wood for an outer base to build it on , direct onto the garden ..Used a few paving slabs inside to walk on etc . Can't recall even having to tighten any bolts either ....you must of been cr*p at meccano ! lol :-)
I like the aesthetics of the wooden greenhouses but I can’t help but think with the extremes of temperatures and humidity you get in a greenhouse that they must be more susceptible to rot. My budget is around £600 and I’m looking for something about 6’x8’ or 6’x10’ but I just can’t decide what to go for.
Good for isolation, husband, boyfriend.
mikbish16/04/2020 07:46

Couldn't disagree more ! I have had this several years now and still …Couldn't disagree more ! I have had this several years now and still standing strong as new ... I used 4" x 2" wood for an outer base to build it on , direct onto the garden ..Used a few paving slabs inside to walk on etc . Can't recall even having to tighten any bolts either ....you must of been cr*p at meccano ! lol :-)


Mikbish, just seen your response. I dont think we're talking about the same greenhouse if you dont recall tightening bolts! There's a lot of them. I wasnt talking about the wooden greenhouse - the main post - but an alternative metal one someone posted in reply.....
TrickyDicky9925/04/2020 11:22

Mikbish, just seen your response. I dont think we're talking about the …Mikbish, just seen your response. I dont think we're talking about the same greenhouse if you dont recall tightening bolts! There's a lot of them. I wasnt talking about the wooden greenhouse - the main post - but an alternative metal one someone posted in reply.....


We are talking the same ...mines the green metal one too The Harmony model ... I just tightened nuts/bolts up when I built it and been fine for many years only issue I ever have had is the small rubber bungs for the roof opening went loose / missing in a high wind ( I left it open by mistake ) ..Palram sent me some in return free of charge
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