Walk in greenhouse: Our backyard greenhouse is an ideal way to extend your growing season while easily managing your plants and protecting them from extreme temperatures.

PE cover: Our two-layer 140 GSM PE cover features a reinforcement grid through the middle to prevent tearing. It protects plants from UV scorching while allowing 85% of nourishing sunlight to pass through uninterrupted. The 5.9 in extended edges are supposed to be deep buried in the soil to tighten the green house cover for more stability and against rainwater accumulation.

Steady steel frame: The galvanized steel frame of the walk in greenhouses for outdoors against corrosion, chipping, and peeling. The green houses for outside has four slant supporting rods, four guy ropes, and four ground stakes for more stability.

Roll-up door & windows: The zippered roll-up door of the green house can be opened fully for easy access this hoop house. The 6 mesh windows provide better air circulation for plants while also being observation windows to observe the growth of plants.

Garden greenhouse dimensions: Walk in Green house. Overall Dimensions: 14.6’L x 6.2’W x 6.6’H. Assembly Required.

Note: Please put away the cover in case of heavy snow, strong wind, and heavy rain.

7 reviews for 4.5m x 2m x 2m Walk-In Gardening Plant Greenhouse – PE Cover in Green

  1. Amazon Customer

    Sturdy, good size for standing inside, survived wind and protected my dahlias through frost

  2. Kindle Customer

    Did not use as a poly tunnel. What it was used for was a cover for a pond.Used just the top part of the frame, netted and placed over the four metre pond. It’s great to keep out the large birds and cat, also the fish love the safe feeling as you get to see them more.Will use the bottom part left with the rest of netting as a better fruit garden. The cover I do not know what to do with!

  3. Claire R

    Easy to put up although took around 4 hours by myself. Have laid bricks all around. Not really had any strong winds yet but its still up and looking good and I am growing plenty of veg.

  4. D

    We watched the frame chaffe through the cover in about 3 hrs during a bad storm. Eventually due to the repetitive movement, one of the hoop frames snapped at a joint and then poked through the cover. It took another hour to rip itself apart and the rest of the frames either snapped or bent. The frame itself is probably 12 maybe 15 mm diameter tube and the tube wall is 1 mm thick. So the sturdy frame description is generous to say the least. We had it positioned against a solid wooden fence panel (which survived the storm) and tight up to the back of a shed. Probably the most protected spot in the whole garden, but it just moved around too much. If there was a way to tighten up the slack between the frame and the cover it may have survived longer.

  5. ThorfinnSS

    Not very windproof. Anchors I replaced with storm tent pegs. Also added extra to tie down the lower bars. Could have used a lateral bar at the base to keep the bottom rigid. An internal tie for the holddown tabs to secure to the frame would prevent the tabs from ripping off in a strong wind, which is what happened on day 2. I had to tie the holddown through the rip and around rhe frame. The spanner is a joke but I persevered before remembering I had a socket set. Zipper started to rip on 1st opening as the frame was a bit wide (due to wind). Could be solved by a lateral bar across the base.

  6. Amazon Customer

    I have got this setup just as I wanted with a fruit plant corner and lots of shelving ready to setup seedlings

  7. Scott Abel

    For the price of these you can’t go wrong, as with any polytunnel make sure its secured properly, but on a hill in northern Scotland this polytunnel has been absolutely solid. Second purchase coming shortly

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