Flower House FHCV900 Conservatory Clear Greenhouse

June 30, 2013 - Comment

This portable, pop up greenhouse is perfect for extending your growing season and protecting your plants.The Unique Flowerhouse Pop Up design make Greenhouse set up the easiest it has ever been. Screened vent openings allow for optimum air circulation ve Product Features Quick and Easy Set up on Soil or Hard Surfaces in minutes Protects

This portable, pop up greenhouse is perfect for extending your growing season and protecting your plants.The Unique Flowerhouse Pop Up design make Greenhouse set up the easiest it has ever been. Screened vent openings allow for optimum air circulation ve

Product Features

  • Quick and Easy Set up on Soil or Hard Surfaces in minutes
  • Protects your plants and extends your growing season.
  • Clear PVC material with UV protection for longer life.
  • Promotes and maintains high humidity levels to create a superior growing environment.
  • Open floor allows greenhouse to be setup over existing trees and bushes.

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Jesse Mueller "Computor Guy" says:

very pretty, a little tricky to set up Let’s not mince words: I chose to buy this greenhouse because it was the prettiest one in the price range. This model looks as much like a gazebo as a greenhouse can. The product designer should be proud.Still, I was not entirely happy with the look once it arrived. Based on the photo, I mistakenly believed that the product was constructed of a light metal frame (the green parts) with a tight-fitting plastic drape. This is not true. The product is essentially a tent. The green areas are cloth, sewn onto the plastic. The supports are flexible tent poles, and hide on the inside. There are metal stakes you hammer into the ground. There are tie-down cords (not pictured in the photo, as they destroy the gazebo-look) to help withstand wind.The product claims it takes 5 minutes to erect. It actually took me at least an hour. The process is simple and straightforward: Unwrap the greenhouse and let it spring its circular portions outward (like those…

E. Berggren says:

Not ideal for “year round” … adding to Jessie’s review… Like most plastic, direct sunlight will cause it to deteriorate over time – quickly. We’ve had ours for about 3 years, putting it up only during winter first 2 years, but left it up all year since previous winter and now many of the seams have torn, particularly around the door and without much egress. For half the price would buy another, but next winter we’ll likely build one from PVC pipe and fiberglass panels. Otherwise a great product – for about $200.

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