Rated 2.8 out of 5★ by 4reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 not recommended if you may have strong winds The product shipped very fast, put together quickly, but we noted several things that were "early warning signs" that this product may not hold up. 1st, all joints and connections looked weak. 2nd, the points of anchor didn't seem tough enough. 3rd, there didn't seem to be enough "cross members" for strength. 4th, the anchors/stakes are a joke, far too lightweight to actually work. Last but not least, the door only zips from the outside, which is ridiculous, because you're not going to leave the door open in February!This greenhouse was up for less than a week when we had a wind storm come through. All joints buckled or broke on the top half. The only thing still in good shape is the cover, although there are some holes from the broken pieces ripping it. At this moment we are trying to figure out how we can still make it work. Also, we weighted all sides down with cement blocks and used regular tent stakes to anchor the corners or else the thing would've been blown away, not just collapsed. 02/25/2014
Rated 1 out of 5★ by fisher84 don't buy I t did not hold up to the first rain shower. It arrived with a few dings and when put up the first rain shower it broke. the poles are made of very thin metal, and the metal paper thin would be just about right. 01/01/2014
Rated 5 out of 5★ by GardenerX A well made "Hobby" greenhouse Well made for the price. Minor complaint, in that instructions are poor, but common-sensewill see you thru, just look at the picture for set-up. If you set up in an area that is subjectto stiff winds, make extra effort to anchor it down. Bottom Line is that it will provide a safe havenfor your plants , at little cost. 01/07/2014
Rated 3 out of 5 Needs some work Greenhouse came damaged, and fell at first rain. Loose fitting cover held water and made it collapse. Easy fix. Poked small unnoticable holes in middle of each pocket, went to local hardware store and bought cpvc pipe big enough to slip over the arched poles. and bigger tees and 4ways to go over those. added a pvc pipe along the very top end to end, and 4 pvc poles from the top into the ground below. Not that expensive of a fix and now it still stands wind and rain and all. :) 06/30/2014