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|Product Type: Hobby Greenhouse||Frame Finish: Green|
|Frame Material: Other||Panel Material: Plastic|
|Water Resistant: Yes||Non-Toxic: Yes|
|Foundation Included: No||Foundation Needed: No|
|Year-Round Use: Yes||Light Diffusing Panels: Yes|
|Portable: Yes||Foldable: Yes|
|Installation: Staked into Ground||Installation Hardware Included: Yes|
|Footprint Shape: Square||Gutters: No|
|Ventilation: Yes||Roof Shape: Even Peak|
|Doors Included: Yes||Shelves Included: No|
|Hooks or Hangers Included: No||Planter Included: No|
|Floor Included: No||Bench Included: No|
|Misting System Included: No||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Product Care: Wipe clean with a dry cloth; Do not use strong liquid cleaners||Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Additional Parts Required: No|
Constructed with superior Gro-Tec material, FlowerHouses are 100% waterproof. With rip stop protection, you can rest assured your UV ray resistant FlowerHouse will remain protected for a longer life. Open bottom allows for placement over existing plants, bed and containers. Screened vents protect against most insects, birds and other pests.
These affordable, portable greenhouses will protect your plants and extend your growing season year after year! FlowerHouse Pop-up Greenhouses provide an excellent environment for growing fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices and also make great pond covers for water plants. Other uses include sunroom, storage building, and Spa cover.
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K Spears from SC
Very easy to set up and just the right size. Looking forward to keeping all my warm-weather plants cozy over the winter with a small space heater on the really chilly nights.
Novice Gardener from Mount Olive, NC– Verified Buyer
Wonderful way to overwinter your plants, easy to assemble. Be sure to use straps for doors to ease pressure on zipper. Great product for the money!
Dream house greenhouse
Barb from Illinois– Verified Buyer
I haven't used it yet. Using it for winter. But I like the whole idea of it. Fast shipping, arrived in good condition.
Sherry from Kingsland, TX– Verified Buyer
Have had this greenhouse up for a few days.It went up pretty easily...took my husband and I about 1 12 hrs. to put it up.
I love it!
All natural vegetable gardener from Wayne , NJ– Verified Buyer
I put up my greenhouse in an hour in the beginning of March.Has been cold here. I have had my seedlings starting in there for a few weeks now/ grew well. I have moved them to Garden and will experiment with growing in greenhouse all year long. Thinking of buying another one!
Patty from Lakeland, FL– Verified Buyer
I use it to keep my frost sensitive plants warm during the cold freezes here in Florida.
What I needed
RD from Huntsville, Texas– Verified Buyer
Easy set up, took less than 20 minutes. Only concern is zippers around door. Difficult to zip around corners in particular the bottom, will tear if care is not used - should be improved
should have bought it sooner, dont wait
bigheadbfg from Menlo Park, Ca– Verified Buyer
The right product for the best price, dont wait like I did.
Dreamhouse for my butterflies
The Butterfly Lady from PA– Verified Buyer
I think this will be a great addition to the butterfly sanctuary and create a perfect spot to raise some Monarchs. It seems sturdy , easy to put up and the fabric is heavy. The only thing I'm concerned about is the snugness with the doors, and needing to pull the strap accross. The tension is so great, I worry about the zipper popping. Time will tell
3 years later I still love it.
Siobhan from Lilburn, GA
I bought my first Dreamhouse 3 years ago. The idea being to make sure I would actually use a greenhouse prior to investing a lot of money in building a permanent one. This has been so easy to use that I decided to add-on to the one I have instead. Climate is easily controlled with the many windows and doors. I still don't know much about greenhouse growing, but I know I'm getting stronger, healthier plants to put in my gardens and I don't use as much water doing it thanks to the humid environment. Primarily I use it to get a headstart on vegetables, but also propogate grapes from prunings and experiment with seeds I've collected. The zippers are somewhat stiff at times though I think that is to be expected as it is out in the weather and it does get dirty. I also live in heavy Georgia clay (and rock) but had no problems using the stakes provided. Set up is a bit tricky, I was able to set it up myself the first time, though it took much longer than suggested. The second time, my husband assisted and it was much faster and easier. One caution: check the ends of the fiberglass poles for splintering - he and I both learned the hard way. Overall, unless you're going into the plant business I can't think of a better way to go. I have recommended the DreamHouse to friends, neighbors, and perfect strangers too.