Wilko Mini Greenhouse now £10 C+C @ Wilko (Medium Walk-In PE Greenhouse with shelf staging now £30)
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Wilko Mini Greenhouse now £10 C+C @ Wilko (Medium Walk-In PE Greenhouse with shelf staging now £30)

Mod & Ed 6
Mod & Ed
Found 19th Jan
Free C+C to store. Thought these might be of use to an "amateur" gardener or those with kids like mine who like to grow seeds, grabbed one for the small garden area they have by their playhouse.

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Our Mini Greenhouse with 4 Shelves is ideal for seed propagation, plant growing and hardening new plants before planting them out. The frost-resistant cover is perfect for protecting your plants against the elements and the durable cover also protects against insects. Ideal for sheltered positions such as patios and balconies, this mini grow house is brilliant for increasing your growing potential in small gardens.

Easy to construct, with no tools required, you'll have this mini greenhouse up in no time with the included instructions. The cover is also removable and has a zipped panel for easy access to your plants.

Warning: max load per tier: 10kg.

Approx size: W 50 x H 130 x D 45cm.

Wilko Walk in Greenhouse Cover and Stage PE now £30 - excellent reviews

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Our Medium Walk-In Greenhouse with shelf staging is ideal for seed propagation, plant growing and hardening off before planting outdoors. Complete with a durable PE removable cover, which includes a roll-up zip panel for easy access, this greenhouse is both practical and functional. Having 2 shelves, there's plenty of space inside, and the durable tubular construction is perfect for keeping all your plants safe. What's more is it's easy to assemble with instructions included.

Approximate size: H190 x W120 x D190cm.
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Is it time of the year already?
Had one of these. Not built to last and not good for over-wintering plants. Zip broke and plastic has ripped where it makes contact with the roof of the frame.
It's very light so attach it to something or place bricks on the bottom shelf to give it some weight. One gust of wind and it will be over.
I have a similar one made by Gardman. It's lasted 3 years so far and I've put bricks and 2 large bags of compost on the bottom shelf to stop it from blowing over in the wind.

I use it to grow my Shark fin melon plants until the plants are large enough for my trellis.
DavidVonDavidson17 h, 22 m ago

Had one of these. Not built to last and not good for over-wintering …Had one of these. Not built to last and not good for over-wintering plants. Zip broke and plastic has ripped where it makes contact with the roof of the frame. It's very light so attach it to something or place bricks on the bottom shelf to give it some weight. One gust of wind and it will be over.


Agree totally same happened to mine only lasted a year.
At 10 the shelves are worth it for your shed or garage. Hot for me.
I've had similar from B&M, both only lasted 2 years. Though maybe that was down to leaving the cover on during the winter which left to the elements is not good for these cheap covers as your recommended to take the covers off during the winter if not in use for overwintering, aught to get at least a third year out of them if so. Also these greenhouses, even if thin framework, will suffer from hotspots where the plastic cover comes into contact with the metal frame, causing the hotspots that will eventually reduce the durability of the cover. But for the price you pay for these greenhouses, propper hotspot tape is not cost effective to solve the problem. But the poundshops sell similar products that could be used the same as hotspot tape. Though any signs of rips should always be repaired with clear all weather tape.

Anyways, these wilko ones look to be the better mesh type covers that should be more durable. For £30 I'm going for the medium one as its near twice the size of the one that B&M sell for £25 with the inferior cover.
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