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Posted 10th JulAvailable: National

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Nice offer on this easy to assemble greenhouse.

Available in store.

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Ideal for growing tomatoes and other vegetables.

Features:

  • Roll up zip front cover
  • Easy assembly - no tools required
  • 4 internal shelves included
  • Heavy duty PVC cover

Dimensions: W140 x D72 x H195 (Approx.)
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That looks like it would become a kite in a storm..
Do we know the capacity of the shelves in kg?
Alllfff10/07/2019 10:28

Do we know the capacity of the shelves in kg?


Not a lot. The wire shelves bend under about 1.5kg and are only held in place by tiny welds to the frame. I've put spare pieces of laminate flooring across which rests on the frame at each end rather than the wire shelf and seems much more stable now.

These catch the wind and blow over easily, especially the larger ones. I've pierced small holes in the cover and put zip ties through, tying the frame to a fence.
Edited by: "rufnek2kx" 10th Jul
Why are they called walk-in greenhouses? How do you get into other greenhouses?
electrogear10/07/2019 10:22

That looks like it would become a kite in a storm..


it would indeed,thats why i have used brackets and secured ours to the fence.we had one helluva batch of storms last year, thought we might lose it,but its still standing.had ours for about 2 years now, but cost us 30 quid at the time,so this is a bargain.
ps heat added op nice find.
Edited by: "RaytorBond" 10th Jul
rufnek2kx10/07/2019 10:33

Not a lot. The wire shelves bend under about 1.5kg and are only held in …Not a lot. The wire shelves bend under about 1.5kg and are only held in place by tiny welds to the frame. I've put spare pieces of laminate flooring across which rests on the frame at each end rather than the wire shelf and seems much more stable now.These catch the wind and blow over easily, especially the larger ones. I've pierced small holes in the cover and put zip ties through, tying the frame to a fence.


i used tiewraps to secure the wire shelves to the frame.yes the shelves are thin and flimsy but we only have small pots so idea for us,like the laminate flooring trick you,ve done,will remember that for the future:---- insert(thumbs up)
RaytorBond10/07/2019 10:37

it would indeed,thats why i have used brackets and secured ours to the …it would indeed,thats why i have used brackets and secured ours to the fence.we had one helluva batch of storms last year, thought we might lose it,but its still standing.had ours for about 2 years now, but cost us 30 quid at the time,so this is a bargain.


My problem with it (apart from the fact it looks naff) is that people will just treat it as a disposable item, like they expect it to be wrecked after a few years like you implied and simply put it in landfill and buy another. I doubt very much that plastic cover is recyclable.
its410/07/2019 10:34

Why are they called walk-in greenhouses? How do you get into other …Why are they called walk-in greenhouses? How do you get into other greenhouses?


You get lean in ones as well
looks quite good and cane store a thing or two why colder weather, plants pots should hold it down b😁
On a chilly night I pop a few candles in on the floor away from everything to raise it a few degrees. Plus the seedlings like the romance
hubby bought 1 for a tenner 2 years ago lasted couple weeks before plastic started to pull out of the stitching slight breezes just tore the plastic to pieces, threw it out after a month. In my opinion waste of a tenner
electrogear10/07/2019 10:22

That looks like it would become a kite in a storm..


They do - I bought one and even anchored it down with hooks and in the high winds last year it disappeared - searched high and low around the whole neighbourhood and nothing , so yes it must have flown like a kite into the blue yonder.
lassy10/07/2019 13:01

hubby bought 1 for a tenner 2 years ago lasted couple weeks before plastic …hubby bought 1 for a tenner 2 years ago lasted couple weeks before plastic started to pull out of the stitching slight breezes just tore the plastic to pieces, threw it out after a month. In my opinion waste of a tenner


More importantly another unnecessary piece of plastic in landfill that doesn’t break down.
electrogear10/07/2019 18:39

More importantly another unnecessary piece of plastic in landfill that …More importantly another unnecessary piece of plastic in landfill that doesn’t break down.



Just like the carbon footprint you are contributing to by writing these negative comments, think everyone knows about the plastic problem that needs to be sorted but so does the unnecessary footprint that people contribute to so glass houses comes to mind
How else would you get in?
lassy10/07/2019 19:37

Just like the carbon footprint you are contributing to by writing these …Just like the carbon footprint you are contributing to by writing these negative comments, think everyone knows about the plastic problem that needs to be sorted but so does the unnecessary footprint that people contribute to so glass houses comes to mind



“glass” houses. Exactly! Never a more apt comment! We get our electric from a renewable-only supplier. We also keep our tech ticking over until it dies rather than buying the latest model, or I upgrade components rather than buying a new PC, so our carbon footprint is better than most. Thanks for your concern.
electrogear10/07/2019 19:55

“glass” houses. Exactly! Never a more apt comment! We get our ele … “glass” houses. Exactly! Never a more apt comment! We get our electric from a renewable-only supplier. We also keep our tech ticking over until it dies rather than buying the latest model, or I upgrade components rather than buying a new PC, so our carbon footprint is better than most. Thanks for your concern.



Well done I live in a mud hut and my electricity comes from hubby peddling like a lunatic out the back, but keeps him fit and away from the doctors so pretty much self sufficient, and glad I could help
lassy10/07/2019 20:04

Well done I live in a mud hut and my electricity comes from hubby peddling …Well done I live in a mud hut and my electricity comes from hubby peddling like a lunatic out the back, but keeps him fit and away from the doctors so pretty much self sufficient, and glad I could help



Do you realise how many worms will be homeless now so you can have your mud hut?
do u realise the you are spouting
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