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Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green

Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green

Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
Mellcom 20' x 10' x 7' Greenhouse Large Gardening Plant Hot House Portable Walking in Tunnel Tent,Green
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Features

  • 【8 ROLL-UP SIDE WINDOWS】-The green house eight roll-up windows have mesh netting to allow for cross ventilation and climate control.
  • 【HEAVY DUTY STEEL FRAME】-Walk-in Garden Greenhouse solid steel construction with a galvanized finish, which is resistant to rust, chipping, and peeling.
  • 【TRANSPARENT PLASTIC COVER】-The tough, durable and transparent PE plastic cover protects plants while allowing nourishing sunlight to pass through. The cover can be easily attached to the frame with the included tethers and single-sided tape.
  • 【STABILITY】-Greenhouse equipped with 8 slant bracing tubes, a front cross bar, and middle reinforced tubes for enhanced stability.
  • 【ROLL UP DOOR】-Plant hot house has a large zipped roll up door provides easy access to the inside and can be attached to the top in order to stay open.

Description

Features Ideal way to extend your growing season and protect plants Full closed cover maintains high humiditylevels and temperature control High-grade 140g PE fabric and meshall-edge design lead to extremely high light transmittance Steel frame resistant to rust, corrosion, chipping, and peeling 8 windows with netting for ventilation, climate and pesky threat control Zippered roll-up door can be attached to the top to stay open Good for year-round planting Easy to assemble and dismantle Specifications Color: Deep Green Material: Steel Tube Frame, PE Mesh Cloth Cover Overall Dimensions: 20’ L x 10’ W x 6.6’ H Door Size: 67.3” L x 59" H Window Size: 15.7” L x 15.7” W Net Weight: 63 lbs. Contents Coated steel frame 2 Layers Transparent Green Polyethylene cover Necessary assembly parts Instruction Notes: We commit to provide the best customer service before, during and after your purchasing. If there is any problem with our products, please don't hesitate to contact us, we will deal with it until you're satisfied.


Product Dimensions 240 x 120 x 79.2 inches


Manufacturer Mellcom


ASIN B07YJKBLW4


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 299 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #22,474 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #31 in Greenhouses (Patio, Lawn & Garden)


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Features

  • 【8 ROLL-UP SIDE WINDOWS】-The green house eight roll-up windows have mesh netting to allow for cross ventilation and climate control.
  • 【HEAVY DUTY STEEL FRAME】-Walk-in Garden Greenhouse solid steel construction with a galvanized finish, which is resistant to rust, chipping, and peeling.
  • 【TRANSPARENT PLASTIC COVER】-The tough, durable and transparent PE plastic cover protects plants while allowing nourishing sunlight to pass through. The cover can be easily attached to the frame with the included tethers and single-sided tape.
  • 【STABILITY】-Greenhouse equipped with 8 slant bracing tubes, a front cross bar, and middle reinforced tubes for enhanced stability.
  • 【ROLL UP DOOR】-Plant hot house has a large zipped roll up door provides easy access to the inside and can be attached to the top in order to stay open.

Description

Features Ideal way to extend your growing season and protect plants Full closed cover maintains high humiditylevels and temperature control High-grade 140g PE fabric and meshall-edge design lead to extremely high light transmittance Steel frame resistant to rust, corrosion, chipping, and peeling 8 windows with netting for ventilation, climate and pesky threat control Zippered roll-up door can be attached to the top to stay open Good for year-round planting Easy to assemble and dismantle Specifications Color: Deep Green Material: Steel Tube Frame, PE Mesh Cloth Cover Overall Dimensions: 20’ L x 10’ W x 6.6’ H Door Size: 67.3” L x 59" H Window Size: 15.7” L x 15.7” W Net Weight: 63 lbs. Contents Coated steel frame 2 Layers Transparent Green Polyethylene cover Necessary assembly parts Instruction Notes: We commit to provide the best customer service before, during and after your purchasing. If there is any problem with our products, please don't hesitate to contact us, we will deal with it until you're satisfied.


Product Dimensions 240 x 120 x 79.2 inches


Manufacturer Mellcom


ASIN B07YJKBLW4


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 299 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #22,474 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #31 in Greenhouses (Patio, Lawn & Garden)


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 【8 ROLL-UP SIDE WINDOWS】-The green house eight roll-up windows have mesh netting to allow for cross ventilation and climate control.
  • 【HEAVY DUTY STEEL FRAME】-Walk-in Garden Greenhouse solid steel construction with a galvanized finish, which is resistant to rust, chipping, and peeling.
  • 【TRANSPARENT PLASTIC COVER】-The tough, durable and transparent PE plastic cover protects plants while allowing nourishing sunlight to pass through. The cover can be easily attached to the frame with the included tethers and single-sided tape.
  • 【STABILITY】-Greenhouse equipped with 8 slant bracing tubes, a front cross bar, and middle reinforced tubes for enhanced stability.
  • 【ROLL UP DOOR】-Plant hot house has a large zipped roll up door provides easy access to the inside and can be attached to the top in order to stay open.

Description

Features Ideal way to extend your growing season and protect plants Full closed cover maintains high humiditylevels and temperature control High-grade 140g PE fabric and meshall-edge design lead to extremely high light transmittance Steel frame resistant to rust, corrosion, chipping, and peeling 8 windows with netting for ventilation, climate and pesky threat control Zippered roll-up door can be attached to the top to stay open Good for year-round planting Easy to assemble and dismantle Specifications Color: Deep Green Material: Steel Tube Frame, PE Mesh Cloth Cover Overall Dimensions: 20’ L x 10’ W x 6.6’ H Door Size: 67.3” L x 59" H Window Size: 15.7” L x 15.7” W Net Weight: 63 lbs. Contents Coated steel frame 2 Layers Transparent Green Polyethylene cover Necessary assembly parts Instruction Notes: We commit to provide the best customer service before, during and after your purchasing. If there is any problem with our products, please don't hesitate to contact us, we will deal with it until you're satisfied.


Product Dimensions 240 x 120 x 79.2 inches


Manufacturer Mellcom


ASIN B07YJKBLW4


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 299 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #22,474 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #31 in Greenhouses (Patio, Lawn & Garden)


abunda_amazon_reviews I bought this kit to serve as a greenhouse and pen for my ducks during the day. No pieces were missing or damaged. Setup was done by my teenage son and myself, though with some patience you could do it alone. The instructions were mostly clear and easy to follow, and each piece was labelled by number so there was no confusion. There are many positives and few negatives to this item, and I plan to buy another one in six months if this one works out fine. This would be a 5-star review if not for two issues, which I explain below. Pros: Price is good, setup wasn't hard, size and height (I'm 6'6" and can stand just fine inside it.), plastic cover seems sturdy, plenty of tie downs and Velcro to hold the cover to the frame, large door, lots of windows for breathability, cover fits the frame really well, and it warms up quickly on a sunny day. Cons: Only two. 1.)The included equipment to tie the greenhouse to the ground will not hold it down unless you have no wind at all. I used two earth anchors which the frame easily connected through to secure mine down to the ground. I also tucked the bottom flaps inside the greenhouse and used metal tent stakes to hold them down on the inside. Keep in mind, though, that the cover is very well secured to the frame. 2.) The frame itself, even when fully tightened down, can balloon out in the center. I pounded in small stakes near the center of the frame to keep this from happening. Tip: When putting the cover on, do the bungee cord tie downs first and the Velcro straps last. Thanks for reading!;;Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great greenhouse for the price, but needs some extra securing to the ground.;;Jester Sweetwhite;;;For about $200 you get 260 square feet of plant protection. It is a good value. I just finished building mine and have to say the process was not without some challenges but nothing that could not be overcome. for a single person, it would take about 8 hours. If you have help, then less. The instructions were rather easy to follow despite having few words, just diagrams. Be careful not to reverse your #10 straight poles and #2 curved poles. The grommets for the rope tie-downs outside the greenhouse should have been punched into 3 plies worth of plastic vs. the single sheet. They are worthless and made the rope tie-downs tenuous. The zipper is hard to zip up due to the tightness of the plastic greenhouse cover on the frame. I am hoping over time the plastic loosens some. Note: I enhanced my construction by building on a treat 4x4" lumber leveled base. I also added a center beam using a set of 10' half-inch metal electrical conduit pipes. I used 40 lb bags of topsoil to cover the ground flaps at the base as this is Kansas, and we get significant high wind action. I will update this review based on performance over the next few months. I recorded a full review and construction video on youtube here: https://youtu.be/ocKhzb_9Mls;;Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great amount of space for the money;;J. Carpenter;;;Second UPDATE: After the first winter, I am still very pleased with this greenhouse. I did have to add a 3rd heater to maintain the inside temperature during the coldest winter nights. The modification I made to keep the plastic tight eliminated the problem with puddles/sagging. Now I have taken off the plastic cover and stored it for the summer to avoid damage from the strong Texas summer sun! I left the frame assembled and touched up a few rusty spots with Rustolium rusty metal primer! It will be good to go when the cool weather arrives again!!! UPDATE: After the first rain (only 0.2"), I found sags and puddles in the outside of the plastic cover. If there had been more rain, the greenhouse MAY have collapsed from the weight of the water. So, I reinforced the structure by adding a stiffener from end to end down the center (made of 1/2" PVC plastic pipe). Then, I covered all structural members with foam pipe insulation in order to stretch the plastic TIGHT! I used plastic tie wraps to connect the new center support to the existing structural ribs. See the added pictures above. Next time it rains, we will see if this solves the problem!!! ORIGINAL REVIEW: For the money, I am PLEASED by this greenhouse. I built the structure first (facing with the ends toward the normal wind direction), placed all my potted plants inside, then installed the plastic cover. Note that I used my own tie downs for the structure made of bent 1/4" reinforcing rods because the provided tie downs are flimsy). Before installing the cover, I installed two thermostatically controlled electric heaters and a remote reading thermometer inside the structure. With the cover installed, I sealed the bottom with dirt all around, using a sandbag to allow easy access through one side of the door. I also used spray adhesive and clear packing tape to seal the grommet holes to minimize air/heat leakage. Shortly after the greenhouse was completed, the wind rose to 40 mph with rain. Then the temperature dropped overnight to 21F. My plants stayed toasty inside. In the morning as the sun was coming up, I used my thermal leak detector to survey the exterior of the greenhouse (21F outside, 45F inside) - NO LEAKS!!! After the sun began heating it, the inside temperature began to rise while the electric heaters were off. I don't know how it will last (durability) but I am EXCEPTIONALLY PLEASED with it's initial performance. I have purchased a portable propane heater, just in case of a power failure!!!;;Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;UPDATED: I LOVE IT - TESTED AND TRUE!!!;;Pat in Duncanville;;;I am quite happy with this product. I price out a DIY with PVC and other parts to be about $170, this was $210 with no planning, cutting, or much thinking required. Directions needs more of improvement,but if you have half a brain you'll figure it out. Definitely a 2 person job. Took us about 2hours to build. Shortly after construction and anchoring we had 50-65 mph gusts of wind which, it withstood with a little leaning, but no damage. Stays warm, tough woven cover. Only comes with 4 ground nails , I bought 6 large stake anchors for the middle arches. Front an back panels needed weight to hold down better to the ground (wind blows through without weight), I used some 3/4" steel pipe I have laying around.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Impressed!;;Letica M. Rossi

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jester Sweetwhite - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2019
Great greenhouse for the price, but needs some extra securing to the ground.
I bought this kit to serve as a greenhouse and pen for my ducks during the day. No pieces were missing or damaged. Setup was done by my teenage son and myself, though with some patience you could do it alone. The instructions were mostly clear and easy to follow, and each piece was labelled by number so there was no confusion. There are many positives and few negatives to this item, and I plan to buy another one in six months if this one works out fine. This would be a 5-star review if not for two issues, which I explain below. Pros: Price is good, setup wasn't hard, size and height (I'm 6'6" and can stand just fine inside it.), plastic cover seems sturdy, plenty of tie downs and Velcro to hold the cover to the frame, large door, lots of windows for breathability, cover fits the frame really well, and it warms up quickly on a sunny day. Cons: Only two. 1.)The included equipment to tie the greenhouse to the ground will not hold it down unless you have no wind at all. I used two earth anchors which the frame easily connected through to secure mine down to the ground. I also tucked the bottom flaps inside the greenhouse and used metal tent stakes to hold them down on the inside. Keep in mind, though, that the cover is very well secured to the frame. 2.) The frame itself, even when fully tightened down, can balloon out in the center. I pounded in small stakes near the center of the frame to keep this from happening. Tip: When putting the cover on, do the bungee cord tie downs first and the Velcro straps last. Thanks for reading!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Carpenter - Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2019
Great amount of space for the money
For about $200 you get 260 square feet of plant protection. It is a good value. I just finished building mine and have to say the process was not without some challenges but nothing that could not be overcome. for a single person, it would take about 8 hours. If you have help, then less. The instructions were rather easy to follow despite having few words, just diagrams. Be careful not to reverse your #10 straight poles and #2 curved poles. The grommets for the rope tie-downs outside the greenhouse should have been punched into 3 plies worth of plastic vs. the single sheet. They are worthless and made the rope tie-downs tenuous. The zipper is hard to zip up due to the tightness of the plastic greenhouse cover on the frame. I am hoping over time the plastic loosens some. Note: I enhanced my construction by building on a treat 4x4" lumber leveled base. I also added a center beam using a set of 10' half-inch metal electrical conduit pipes. I used 40 lb bags of topsoil to cover the ground flaps at the base as this is Kansas, and we get significant high wind action. I will update this review based on performance over the next few months. I recorded a full review and construction video on youtube here: https://youtu.be/ocKhzb_9Mls

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Pat in Duncanville - Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2019
UPDATED: I LOVE IT - TESTED AND TRUE!!!
Second UPDATE: After the first winter, I am still very pleased with this greenhouse. I did have to add a 3rd heater to maintain the inside temperature during the coldest winter nights. The modification I made to keep the plastic tight eliminated the problem with puddles/sagging. Now I have taken off the plastic cover and stored it for the summer to avoid damage from the strong Texas summer sun! I left the frame assembled and touched up a few rusty spots with Rustolium rusty metal primer! It will be good to go when the cool weather arrives again!!! UPDATE: After the first rain (only 0.2"), I found sags and puddles in the outside of the plastic cover. If there had been more rain, the greenhouse MAY have collapsed from the weight of the water. So, I reinforced the structure by adding a stiffener from end to end down the center (made of 1/2" PVC plastic pipe). Then, I covered all structural members with foam pipe insulation in order to stretch the plastic TIGHT! I used plastic tie wraps to connect the new center support to the existing structural ribs. See the added pictures above. Next time it rains, we will see if this solves the problem!!! ORIGINAL REVIEW: For the money, I am PLEASED by this greenhouse. I built the structure first (facing with the ends toward the normal wind direction), placed all my potted plants inside, then installed the plastic cover. Note that I used my own tie downs for the structure made of bent 1/4" reinforcing rods because the provided tie downs are flimsy). Before installing the cover, I installed two thermostatically controlled electric heaters and a remote reading thermometer inside the structure. With the cover installed, I sealed the bottom with dirt all around, using a sandbag to allow easy access through one side of the door. I also used spray adhesive and clear packing tape to seal the grommet holes to minimize air/heat leakage. Shortly after the greenhouse was completed, the wind rose to 40 mph with rain. Then the temperature dropped overnight to 21F. My plants stayed toasty inside. In the morning as the sun was coming up, I used my thermal leak detector to survey the exterior of the greenhouse (21F outside, 45F inside) - NO LEAKS!!! After the sun began heating it, the inside temperature began to rise while the electric heaters were off. I don't know how it will last (durability) but I am EXCEPTIONALLY PLEASED with it's initial performance. I have purchased a portable propane heater, just in case of a power failure!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Letica M. Rossi - Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2019
Impressed!
I am quite happy with this product. I price out a DIY with PVC and other parts to be about $170, this was $210 with no planning, cutting, or much thinking required. Directions needs more of improvement,but if you have half a brain you'll figure it out. Definitely a 2 person job. Took us about 2hours to build. Shortly after construction and anchoring we had 50-65 mph gusts of wind which, it withstood with a little leaning, but no damage. Stays warm, tough woven cover. Only comes with 4 ground nails , I bought 6 large stake anchors for the middle arches. Front an back panels needed weight to hold down better to the ground (wind blows through without weight), I used some 3/4" steel pipe I have laying around.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jester Sweetwhite - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2019
Great greenhouse for the price, but needs some extra securing to the ground.
I bought this kit to serve as a greenhouse and pen for my ducks during the day. No pieces were missing or damaged. Setup was done by my teenage son and myself, though with some patience you could do it alone. The instructions were mostly clear and easy to follow, and each piece was labelled by number so there was no confusion. There are many positives and few negatives to this item, and I plan to buy another one in six months if this one works out fine. This would be a 5-star review if not for two issues, which I explain below. Pros: Price is good, setup wasn't hard, size and height (I'm 6'6" and can stand just fine inside it.), plastic cover seems sturdy, plenty of tie downs and Velcro to hold the cover to the frame, large door, lots of windows for breathability, cover fits the frame really well, and it warms up quickly on a sunny day. Cons: Only two. 1.)The included equipment to tie the greenhouse to the ground will not hold it down unless you have no wind at all. I used two earth anchors which the frame easily connected through to secure mine down to the ground. I also tucked the bottom flaps inside the greenhouse and used metal tent stakes to hold them down on the inside. Keep in mind, though, that the cover is very well secured to the frame. 2.) The frame itself, even when fully tightened down, can balloon out in the center. I pounded in small stakes near the center of the frame to keep this from happening. Tip: When putting the cover on, do the bungee cord tie downs first and the Velcro straps last. Thanks for reading!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Carpenter - Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2019
Great amount of space for the money
For about $200 you get 260 square feet of plant protection. It is a good value. I just finished building mine and have to say the process was not without some challenges but nothing that could not be overcome. for a single person, it would take about 8 hours. If you have help, then less. The instructions were rather easy to follow despite having few words, just diagrams. Be careful not to reverse your #10 straight poles and #2 curved poles. The grommets for the rope tie-downs outside the greenhouse should have been punched into 3 plies worth of plastic vs. the single sheet. They are worthless and made the rope tie-downs tenuous. The zipper is hard to zip up due to the tightness of the plastic greenhouse cover on the frame. I am hoping over time the plastic loosens some. Note: I enhanced my construction by building on a treat 4x4" lumber leveled base. I also added a center beam using a set of 10' half-inch metal electrical conduit pipes. I used 40 lb bags of topsoil to cover the ground flaps at the base as this is Kansas, and we get significant high wind action. I will update this review based on performance over the next few months. I recorded a full review and construction video on youtube here: https://youtu.be/ocKhzb_9Mls

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Pat in Duncanville - Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2019
UPDATED: I LOVE IT - TESTED AND TRUE!!!
Second UPDATE: After the first winter, I am still very pleased with this greenhouse. I did have to add a 3rd heater to maintain the inside temperature during the coldest winter nights. The modification I made to keep the plastic tight eliminated the problem with puddles/sagging. Now I have taken off the plastic cover and stored it for the summer to avoid damage from the strong Texas summer sun! I left the frame assembled and touched up a few rusty spots with Rustolium rusty metal primer! It will be good to go when the cool weather arrives again!!! UPDATE: After the first rain (only 0.2"), I found sags and puddles in the outside of the plastic cover. If there had been more rain, the greenhouse MAY have collapsed from the weight of the water. So, I reinforced the structure by adding a stiffener from end to end down the center (made of 1/2" PVC plastic pipe). Then, I covered all structural members with foam pipe insulation in order to stretch the plastic TIGHT! I used plastic tie wraps to connect the new center support to the existing structural ribs. See the added pictures above. Next time it rains, we will see if this solves the problem!!! ORIGINAL REVIEW: For the money, I am PLEASED by this greenhouse. I built the structure first (facing with the ends toward the normal wind direction), placed all my potted plants inside, then installed the plastic cover. Note that I used my own tie downs for the structure made of bent 1/4" reinforcing rods because the provided tie downs are flimsy). Before installing the cover, I installed two thermostatically controlled electric heaters and a remote reading thermometer inside the structure. With the cover installed, I sealed the bottom with dirt all around, using a sandbag to allow easy access through one side of the door. I also used spray adhesive and clear packing tape to seal the grommet holes to minimize air/heat leakage. Shortly after the greenhouse was completed, the wind rose to 40 mph with rain. Then the temperature dropped overnight to 21F. My plants stayed toasty inside. In the morning as the sun was coming up, I used my thermal leak detector to survey the exterior of the greenhouse (21F outside, 45F inside) - NO LEAKS!!! After the sun began heating it, the inside temperature began to rise while the electric heaters were off. I don't know how it will last (durability) but I am EXCEPTIONALLY PLEASED with it's initial performance. I have purchased a portable propane heater, just in case of a power failure!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Letica M. Rossi - Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2019
Impressed!
I am quite happy with this product. I price out a DIY with PVC and other parts to be about $170, this was $210 with no planning, cutting, or much thinking required. Directions needs more of improvement,but if you have half a brain you'll figure it out. Definitely a 2 person job. Took us about 2hours to build. Shortly after construction and anchoring we had 50-65 mph gusts of wind which, it withstood with a little leaning, but no damage. Stays warm, tough woven cover. Only comes with 4 ground nails , I bought 6 large stake anchors for the middle arches. Front an back panels needed weight to hold down better to the ground (wind blows through without weight), I used some 3/4" steel pipe I have laying around.