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Mercia Traditional Greenhouse - 4 x 6ft £309.99 at Robert Dyas
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Mercia Traditional Greenhouse - 4 x 6ft £309.99 at Robert Dyas

£309.99£34911%Robert Dyas Deals
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Posted 15th Feb

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Best price I've seen for this green house.

A nice small sized and decent looking greenhouse that will be more robust than a budget metal framed one (as long as you protect the wood occasionally)
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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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Wowhats15/02/2020 10:04

Half glass and half wood,this would make a nice summer man cave


Are you kidding? You can't hide from the wife and kids in a room made of glass
FreakExperiment15/02/2020 10:09

Are you kidding? You can't hide from the wife and kids in a room made of …Are you kidding? You can't hide from the wife and kids in a room made of glass



Good point FreakExperiment, I could always white wash the glass or fit some manly looking blinds or even some fancy frilly net curtains!


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Edited by: "Wowhats" 15th Feb
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Half glass and half wood,this would make a nice summer man cave
Wowhats15/02/2020 10:04

Half glass and half wood,this would make a nice summer man cave


Are you kidding? You can't hide from the wife and kids in a room made of glass
FreakExperiment15/02/2020 10:09

Are you kidding? You can't hide from the wife and kids in a room made of …Are you kidding? You can't hide from the wife and kids in a room made of glass



Good point FreakExperiment, I could always white wash the glass or fit some manly looking blinds or even some fancy frilly net curtains!


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Edited by: "Wowhats" 15th Feb
With the current weather conditions it looks like it's going to get blown away
FreakExperiment15/02/2020 10:09

Are you kidding? You can't hide from the wife and kids in a room made of …Are you kidding? You can't hide from the wife and kids in a room made of glass



Maybe, if you put a pot on your head you will look a right plant.
Do you think you could use this to house a pellet grill smoker? I was thinking with the roof window open and leaving the perspex out of the back windows, that side would be situated close to a row of conifer bushes. so allowing it to remain dry. Would allow most of the smoke to escape and provide ventilation. Whether it would still be enough ventilation, I don't know? It would be placed on a raised 6x6 slabbed patio area I currently use to cook on.
Edited by: "sotv" 15th Feb
Could it survive Storm Dennis winds?
Sharpharp15/02/2020 13:48

Could it survive Storm Dennis winds?


I ended up buying a cheaper wooden 6ft X 3ft one - I just have it sitting on patio stones and it wasn't bothered by the winds from Ciara last week. I'm sure this will be fine in a storm
It will be like walking down a particular street in Amsterdam!
Edited by: "Sizzlestick" 15th Feb
sotv15/02/2020 12:17

Do you think you could use this to house a pellet grill smoker? I was …Do you think you could use this to house a pellet grill smoker? I was thinking with the roof window open and leaving the perspex out of the back windows, that side would be situated close to a row of conifer bushes. so allowing it to remain dry. Would allow most of the smoke to escape and provide ventilation. Whether it would still be enough ventilation, I don't know? It would be placed on a raised 6x6 slabbed patio area I currently use to cook on.


I think the glass would get sooted up pretty quickly.
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Shame too small. I got a sprayer from Robert Dyas for £5 and it ceased working very soon. Don't think I will repeat the trauma!
Couple of alternative options from Viz

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Sharpharp15/02/2020 13:48

Could it survive Storm Dennis winds?


Yes, mine has, more than I can say for fence panels
hiphopapotamus15/02/2020 14:01

I ended up buying a cheaper wooden 6ft X 3ft one - I just have it sitting …I ended up buying a cheaper wooden 6ft X 3ft one - I just have it sitting on patio stones and it wasn't bothered by the winds from Ciara last week. I'm sure this will be fine in a storm


Just curious, what motivated you to name the storm?
Are these any good? The reviews don't look great.
daniellog25/02/2020 15:32

Are these any good? The reviews don't look great.


I didn't get that one, but did buy
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They have a 20% off deal currently: code BIRTHDAY20 Which is the same discount as the black Friday deal I got.

Looks nice in garden, took two days to build on my own. It's only 3ft depth which does fit better in the small area I have, however I do also have 40 chilli seedlings growing indoors which will never all fit in there..
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