Quictent 12’x7’x7′ Portable Backyard Large Greenhouse Green Garden Hot House New

June 30, 2013 - Comment

Let your garden grow year round with this compact, lightweight, walk-in greenhouse. This spacious walk-in house style green house sets up in less than 5 minutes-no tools required-on soil or hard surfaces such as concrete. This high quality, large, walk-in greenhouse is crafted with a powder coated steel frame and middle rails for additional stability

Let your garden grow year round with this compact, lightweight, walk-in greenhouse. This spacious walk-in house style green house sets up in less than 5 minutes-no tools required-on soil or hard surfaces such as concrete.

This high quality, large, walk-in greenhouse is crafted with a powder coated steel frame and middle rails for additional stability against the elements. The one-piece rip-stop cover is UV protected and features a zippered front door and 6 side vents for enhanced ventilation.

Great for starting or protecting plants and flowers, it’s made of a 100% waterproof material. Transparent poly material allow maximum solar performance for plant, keep a warmer temperature. Reinforced PE leno make the cover stronger than normal poly material. Double zippered front door and 6 exhaust vents are designed for cross ventilation and venting on hot days. Full closed cover maintains high humidity levels for growing tropical plants, vegetables, fruiting plants and herbs.

This high quality greenhouse is made by a ISO9001 certified manufacturer.

Importance: In order to prolong the life span,we do not suggest customer to set it up in bad weathers.

Product Features

  • Double zippered front door and 6 exhaust vent for cross ventilation and venting on hot days
  • High quality, heavy-duty powder coated steel framework
  • Heavy-duty transparent reinforced polyethylene roof and wall material for maximum solar performance
  • Easy to set up, portable
  • ISO 9001:2000 standard certified manufacturer

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Oland T. Whitecotton says:

Great for a garden This Quictent 12x7x7 is basically a “Quick Tent” that’s essentially half inch thick hollow metal bars that create a basic tent structure + a tarp that velcros onto the metal bar legs.Installation Process & TimeIt takes about 2 minutes to sort all the metal bars, 30 seconds to understand the instructions, 5 minutes to get the top bars assembled together, an excruciating 10 minutes to get the tarp over the whole thing (it is HUGE when laying on the ground), another 5 minutes to get the bottom bars all in correctly… and you’re done. Just go around and attach the velcro to all the metal bars, and make sure your tarp is centered. It’s not the 5 minute setup they claim, all in all its about 25 minutes from unboxing to completion.Extra StepsThere are three sheets of paper printed out with directions and information, which come with this Quictent. They recommend using some outdoor building anchors and attaching a cable to the top bar of each leg (4 in…

Bill says:

Ok for the price, but plans did not grow well inside I bought this last November, and the installation was easy.It took me about 20 min, and I am not a very capable man. I worried about the wind, but it was Ok with 25 MPH wind a few times. We did not have stronger wind in the last a few month. The greenhouse was Ok, and I liked the look, and the price. The temperature was at least a few degrees higher than outside. but I find the vegetables did not grow well inside the greenhouse. Sun light is blacked, I am thinking that was the cause.Maybe it is good for plants that do not need much sunshine.

Karen Klamer Gray "Rocker from the 70's" says:

Love our portable greenhouse This portable greenhouse has saved our plants from the cold winters. It is easy to put up and we can store several house plants and plants we normally keep outside nicely tucked in. It’s great for weather in Alabama, not sure how it would hold up in the Northern states where temps usually get much colder, but for down south it is perfect and inexpensive.

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