Flower House FHPH155 PlantHouse 5 Pop-Up Plant House

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 very important for the health of your plants. Closing the vents will promote and maintain

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 very important for the health of your plants. Closing the vents will promote and maintain high humidity levels desirable for a superior growing environment. The Gro-Tec material is UV resistant for longer life and is constructed with rip stop protection. Solar heat from the sun heats your greenhouse during the day while an electric heater is recommended at night and in cloudy or snowy conditions.Folds up easily into a compact storage carry bag for transport, setup and take down have never been easier! Includes shade cover, stakes and free storage bag with shoulder strap.

Product Features

  • Quick and Easy Set up on Soil or Hard Surfaces in minutes
  • Protects your plants and extends your growing season.
  • Gro-Tec rip stop fabric diffuses light promoting plant growth and is coated 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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Ali Julia says:

It really works to extend the growing season in the cold North East For the last couple of years I have been growing a couple of tomato plants on my patio in large pots. Until last year I waited to plant my tomatoes plants until the end of May as cold frosty night we get kill tomatos that are planted too early.Last year we decided to try pop-up green house to see if can extend the growing season in the cold North East. Small plants were planted in the green house in early April.My plants were watered by a drip irrigation system on a timer. I did not open the green house other than every two weeks to fertilize the plants. The plants grew rapidly and survived well through a number of frosty nights we had since early April. By the beginning of May my tomato plants had flower clusters.I was concerned about pollination, since my plants were covered and no well meaning bee could get to the flowers. After doing a bit of research I found that either insects, wind or hand shaking of the flowers would carry the pollen…

K. Sumerlin says:

Great little shelter This is a wonderful shelter for potted plants here in the South. When temps are to go below 25 degrees I put a plant light in the shelter for added warmth and the plants have survived a temp of 15 degrees. The Planthouse is easy to put together and I have put 10 8 inch pots and a 6 inch pot in it. I previously had the 4′ size which I used for 3 years and it would have been good for a fourth year but was damaged by a hail storm. Pretty good for such an inexpensive shelter

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