The Easygrow Greenhouse features a heavy gauge extruded
aluminum and a 4 mil twin wall opaque polycarbonate. No Velcro or zipper is necessary because of its proper aluminum framed hinged door. Another attribute of this Greenhouse is its beautiful powder ...
Features: Frame material: Aluminum. Unbreakable clear polycarbonate panels.
Wide and high entrance with double doors. Threshold ramp for wheelbarrows or wheelchairs. Greenhouse peak of over 96" allows room for your larger and taller plans. Can handle a snow load of ...
Features: Insulated polycarbonate sidewalls protect your tender seedlings
during cool nights Over 5 square feet of growing space High impact, durable and UV protected panels Sloping lid allows maximum sunlight and rain runoff Hinged door for easy access and ventilation ...
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Whether you want a small protected space in your yard or want to set up a large commercial endeavor, this guide can help you get started as you try to find a greenhouse that fits your needs. Explore the differences between year-round, permanent greenhouses and smaller hobby greenhouses that come in a variety of sizes.
If you want to extend your growing season into colder weather, cold frame greenhouses will help you protect plants from the chill. Temporary mini greenhouses and growing racks can maximize smaller gardens. If there's a wall in your yard, a lean-to greenhouse can provide excellent temperature control in less space. Learn about different materials for frames, venting options, and greenhouses with and without a foundation.