Gardman R687 4-Tier Mini Greenhouse

June 30, 2013 - Comment

Any garden can accommodate this multi-tier mini greenhouse. The Gardman Four Tier Mini Greenhouse can be positioned on a deck, patio, or balcony. It has a sturdy, tubular steel frame and a removable, clear plastic cover with full length roll up zippered access. Inside, there are shelves for pots and seed trays. This greenhouse is

Any garden can accommodate this multi-tier mini greenhouse. The Gardman Four Tier Mini Greenhouse can be positioned on a deck, patio, or balcony. It has a sturdy, tubular steel frame and a removable, clear plastic cover with full length roll up zippered access. Inside, there are shelves for pots and seed trays. This greenhouse is ideal for seed propagation and plant growing and display.

Product Features

  • Small greenhouse with 4 shelves for deck, patio, or balcony
  • Ideal for seed propagation and plant growing and display
  • Sturdy shelves for pots and seed trays; plastic cover with full length roll up zipper
  • Dimensions when built: 62 by 27 by 19 inches (h x l x w); each tier is 12-1/2 inches high

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Ana Mardoll says:

Minor Assembly Required Greenhouse Four-Tier Mini / B000NCTGQEI bought this greenhouse to start seedlings in the house before transplanting them outside for spring, and also to host a little herb garden in the kitchen area.Firstly, the measurements listed here are accurate. This is a very large unit, of respectable quality, and very affordable. I have yet to find another unit this size and quality online or in catalogs that doesn’t cost twice this much. In fact, this same greenhouse is selling in some places for double this price, plus shipping, so Amazon has quite the bargain here.Secondly, the greenhouse is incredibly easy to put together. We had it out of the box and set up in less than half an hour, with no onerous tools required. The shelves are a thin metal lattice, to let sunlight filter down to the bottom levels, but the metal is strong and feels very sturdy. The cover has enough lee-way to slip on and off easily, as well as ties to hold it in place, and extends…

S. Roe "roeboat" says:

Mini Greenhouse This is our second of these mini greenhouses. The first one was smaller (3 shelves, purchased locally from our local nursery)… we used the first one for about 7 or 8 years, and it produced so many wonderful veggies and flowers for our garden year after year which we started in pots from seed. We simply loved it, but the plastic cover bit the dust, and we had taped it in several places with clear packaging tape to squeeze the last couple of years use from it, so it was looking ratty after 4 or 5 years of use. We could have purchased a new cover for it, but decided if we tossed the cover, the wire shelves would be helpful in our tool shed for storage, so opted for this new taller unit on Amazon (4 shelves) to use for starting our seeds again each spring. It is exactly the same as the first one we bought, except 4 shelves (taller) than the first 3 shelf model. We anchored it with a couple of bricks on the bottom shelf, so it doesn’t tip over in high winds. We planted our seeds a…

S. K. Monak "Glass Castle" says:

Just needs a few adjustments I bought two of these at a major, home improvement store where I live for a lot less then they are here. I had already read the reviews so I was ready to make a few adjustments to keep them from blowing over & to keep the shelves in place. As suggested by others who bought this item, I secured the shelves to the frame using cable ties. Works perfectly & took about 3 mintues to complete. I then built a small cart for each unit using scrap wood from other projects, attached four casters to the bottom of each cart for ease of moving around my patio to take full advantage of the sun (or not). Then I mounted the units on the carts by drilling holes thru the plastic side frames and used two long screws with washers to secure each unit to the carts. I also drilled holes from top to bottom thru the plastic side frames & inserted a long garden stake, one per side all the way down to a hole drilled in the wooden cart. This added stability & the entire unit is weighed down by the cart so it…

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