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Questions & Answers
King Canopy Complete Portable Greenhouse
Patricia from Minot, ND– Verified Buyer
This greenhouse is sturdy and pretty stable. I gave it 4 stars just because it is a little hard to put together, but I think it will last a long time.
jeff from Orlando, FL– Verified Buyer
This is a good buy. Went together easily and is quite sturdy.
Charlotte from Tucson, AZ– Verified Buyer
I got this to house some exotic tortoises I'm fostering for a local rescue. It's working great.
Great product for the price
Mary from Grand forks, BC– Verified Buyer
The king canopy greenhouse is just what we were looking for....sturdy frame, easy to assemble, a great product for the price. We had it assembled and full of plants in an hour. This is a seasonal product, and we will disassemble it and store over winter.
Bradley from Virginia Beach, VA– Verified Buyer
This is wonderful green house. Easy to put together and holds up very well to wind and rain. I would recommend this to anyone.
10 x 10 greenhouse
Joan from Hope Mills, NC– Verified Buyer
Amazing quality at reasonable price. Easy set-up - took about 1-1/2 hours for set-up.
alia weiner from Woodland Hills, CA– Verified Buyer
Im so happy with it and so are my plants! for the price you can't do better. Me n my bf put this up in about an hour. Np. Lickety split. I'm real happy with it, nice design, good materials.
Amazing quality for the price
Happy Greenhouse from San Francisco, CA– Verified Buyer
Directions on setup are sparse, so I did it My Way next to my deck. Assembled the roof bars, and the used Duct Tape to secure all connections. Flipped the roof on it's back, like a bug, and stuck all the legs in. Secured those connections with duct tape. Now I flipped the bug back on its legs, and secured the bottom poles, this time using duct tape around the poles to protect them. All done, I climbed on the deck with the cover, and slowly but surely pulled the cover on by standing on a step stool inside the greenhouse. I folded the cover Into the greenhouse, fastened the legs to my fence with boiler straps and put cinder blocks and heavy 2x4x10 wood on the inside of the cover to keep it all in and secure.
good roomy green house
Jounior from Atlanta
Pretty easy to put up by oneself-1hr-2hr, just pay attention to all instructions. The anchoring kit is sold separately, probably would not work in very rockey soil.
Valued Customer from Michigan– Verified Buyer