Dimensions 10' high x 9' diameter Sidewall n/a Frame Fiberglass Poles Color Dark Green Covering 100% Waterproof Gro-Tec™ Material (UV resistant with rip stop protection) Door(s) (1) zippered door with screen Roof Vents 0 End Vents 0 Side Vents (11) zippered windows with
100% Waterproof Gro-Tec™ Material (UV resistant with rip stop protection)
(1) zippered door with screen
(11) zippered windows with screens
Ground Stakes (included)
This fun flower and plant conservatory stands at a height of 10 ft. and has a 9 ft. diameter. It features a clear PVC covering for maximum light and heat transmission, 1 zippered door with screen, and zippered windows with screens. Compact and lightweight, set up and takedown in minutes! With the vents closed, the Gro-Tec material will promote and maintain high humidity levels desirable for a superior growing environment. This is a natural greenhouse effect and will benefit the growth of your plants. The Gro-Tec material is UV resistant for longer life. It is 100% waterproof and is constructed with rip stop protection. The Conservatory is perfect for improving climatic conditions in all geographic locations. This environment makes the FlowerHouses an excellent setting for growing flowers, tropical plants, vegetables, fruiting plants, herbs, and spices.
2 portholes for hose, power cord
Custom interior shade cover
Durability and Portability
All FlowerHouse™ greenhouses are constructed with the incredibly durable UV resistant, waterproof Gro-Tec™ material featuring rip stop protection. Revolutionary Easy Set-Up, Take-Down and Store in seconds with no tools required
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Very impressed with the quality of this greenhouse. Not the easiest thing in the world to put up, but two of us were able to get it up. Very high quality plastic, and nice details like plastic over the zippers to keep the cold out.We had our first overnight freeze here in central TX last week, and it clearly does its job.
Shipping was super quick, box was punctured, but didn't harm the greenhouse. My son 6' tall and I,5' tall, got it up fairly quick, however the additional cloth was troublesome. There weren't any velcro straps to attach any where, YouTube shows attaching inside, website shows on the outside. I rigged it inside, put pins and velcro attaching it to the side rods. There needs to be improvement for this. The Windows have great zippered screens and solid plastic closures. All very heavy duty and work as they should. There is 2 zippered windows at the top, 10' up that needs to be opened before the greenhouse is set up, or forget it, too high to make any adjustments. It is very roomy inside, holds at least 3 - 4' shelving units and individual plants. I installed 3 shepherds hooks to hang plants. So far the plants seem happy to be out of the rains.
Rated a 5 because its a lot of greenhouse and very good quality for the money. Putting it together - its a beast. 3 people would have been ideal for set up. Its too large for 2 to manage. Its been up for only 3 weeks. Looking to save summer plants from our WA winter. Anticipating strong winds, we've bungie-anchored to cinder blocks. Construction appears to be very good quality, failure due to weather seems highly unlikely. Favorite feature is that all windows and screens can be opened from inside or outside. It will pay for itself if I successfully save all the plants this single winter. I plan to use a small greenhouse heater.
Not real easy to put up, metal ring at top keeps bowing inward
survived 3 feet of snow
The only inexpensive greenhouse to roll the snow off well. I have tried many!
I am on my 2nd conservatory tent and love it so much I want a 3rd one for Renaissance fairs. My plan is to set two side by side. In Autumn is toasty warm with a small kerosene heater.
Defective, brittle and low quality
The Flowerhouse Greenhouse my husband purchased for me arrived defective. It had broken poles on delivery, first zippers ripped within the spring time and plastic became brittle real quick litterally tearing and breaking everywhere. A whole waste of money.
My husband bought the greenhouse for me. The first one was already damaged and we noriced after we put it up. Thank goodness the company is close to us, they exchanged it, against their will. The second one lased 3 years, before every window and door were torn by the zippers. the plastic became brittle enogh for rain to put holes in it. Never again
This is a rating on customer service. Within a few days of my rating on this greenhouse I received an e.mail that would honor our cost either for a new conservatory or apply as credit for another style. I called Aneita at customer service and she couldn't be more helpful. With the information and assistance in chosing a different style that better meets our needs, we will reorder soon. Thanks Aneita!
We purchased the conservatory for this last year to put on the deck. I found it very difficult to use when the temperature was colder for the material became very stiff and I always,even in warmer weather, found the zipper on the door very difficult to open. I would never buy another greenhouse with this type of zipper arrangement. The door also tore so now we have a greedhouse with no closable door, so we have packed it away and will probably need to discard. A pricey loss.
This is the second Flowerhose Conseratory that I have purchased. Loved the first one and it stood up to all kinds of weather until this terrible winter. Theone I got to replace it is very disappointing. Almost all of the rods have split. Some while we were setting it up and some, that seemed okay, split within a few days. Don't bother with this.
This turned out to be all that was promised and more. It is very attractive. I can't comment about construction because my boyfriend did the assembling but I noticed he was sweating quite a bit. I think there may have been an easier approach but I stayed out of it. For $400 I believe this is quite economical and well worth it. The shipping was efficient and I received the greenhouse within a few days as promised with no problems. I cannot say enough good things about this greenhouse which now houses 6 VERY large ferns and three very tall and broad jasmine plants. I love it!
Not that hard to setup
I put up the conservatory yesterday and did not have the problems that others did. The poles are ment to bend so I installed the top then bent the pole to the side and install the bottom then slid the pole in place. The product is great and recommend it to all.
We were amazed at the high quality of this product, and especially if you look at price and the quality of the product. Looking forward to having vegetables & herbs this winter. Our original purpose was to protect many of the deck plants from the wind and rain (WA!) for last winter we had some of our deck potted plants drown. We have many and the replacement of some was costly; some we did not replace. The assembly did require a bit more strength than anticipated.
I spent a lot of time searching and reading reviews. This is ranked highest with people concerning the quality of the directions and I agree. The directions are excellent. The fit and finish of the product is better than I expected, they're actually excellent too. I didn't know what to expect for 1500. If you're looking for a consumer greenhouse I would highly recommend this one. As for the assembly unless you're a go getter plan for a couple weekends. We used 3 people - 1 to call out directions while the other two picked parts (sort all of your parts in an area that you can leave them out while you build you greenhouse over the day(s)). There's nothing technically challenging about building the greenhouse but the *magic* is in the WD-40 can to get the panels in. We went from 20 min per piece to just a minute - major time saver and recommended in the instructions (It also recommends soapy water which we started with which doesn't work very well). Good luck and happy growing!
such an adorable little greenhouse
I received my green house day before yesterday and immediately went to work setting it up. I had no problems at all until I came to the 9' poles. I had to get a 6'4 friend to help me put those up. As it was going up I though, how utterly cute is this? Now I've got a few plants in it and the zippered windows are open allowing a gentle breeze in to move the air around. It is very sturdy in the ground also. Yesterday we had a high wind and very heavy rains. My green house didn't seems fazed by it at all. I was in it when the rains came. It was pleasant and dry. I love this little green house, which, by the way, has 63.6sq.ft. I recommend it to anybody who doesn't want to spend a lot of money on a greenhouse. This is of very good quality and sewn quite sturdily to hold all the poles and windows. I'm very happy with this purchase. Thank you so very much. Love your products. S. McCoy, Wartburg, TN
Just the Ticket
Dear Greenhouse Shoppers ~ July 2007 we moved from southern California to central Oregon. Going from 200 foot elevation about 20 miles from the Pacific Ocean in California to 3850 foot elevation and about 200 miles from the west coast, I knew most of my outdoor potted plants would not survive during the impending winter snow & freezing temperatures. I looked around online and quickly found the best solution. Not able to spend too much money and with little time for building anything from scratch, the FlowerHouse Conservatory was ���just the ticket���. It arrived quickly, set-up was easy and within an hour or so the potted plants were all in place. I just added an extension cord with a small ceramic heater & a fan to keep the warmed air circulating and all my specimens were warm & toasty. Oh and a simple outdoor timer to turn the set-up on & off automatically. Here in the high desert strong gusty winds are very common. We were concerned about the whole structure possibly blowing over in high winds. So my husband came up with an ingenious idea for additional anchoring. Besides the ground stakes provided with the FlowerHouse we purchased about $20 dollars of black corrugated plastic sewer pipe material, placed it on top of the outside staked skirting & then simply filled the pipe with small rocks. This added countless pounds of additional weight at the base of the structure. The true test came this past week when epic storms hit Oregon & Washington State. Thankfully we were not hit with the near hurricane force winds that the coastal cities received but the wind guts here were upwards of 80mph. Long story (almost) short the FlowerHouse Conservatory did not budge!!! Sincerely, Cathryn & Brent Prineville Oregon PS ~ We selected the FlowerHouse because of it���s steep roof line. As we suspected the snow does not built-up on the top of the structure. So all in all, it���s pretty close to PERFECT :-))