OGrow 6-Tier 12-Shelf Portable Greenhouse
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Similar but smaller one cheaper at wayfair.com… $62.70 and free shipping.
3 tier / 6 shelf vs. woot’s 6 tier / 12 shelf.
Same price when you allow for Woot’s $5 shipping charge, and you pick it up immediately at Big Lots - http://www.biglots.com/p/c/garden-tools/village-green-basic-walk-in-greenhouse-with-shelves - actually it would be about $6 cheaper at Big Lots if you have one of their 10% off coupons handy…
I miss the old Woot. And the old deals.
Just what I need when I travel.
I have the big lots version. If there is any wind where you live, be prepared to have tears in the plastic. Also buy a spool of thin wire to tie the shelves to the frame. I also used wire to hold the joints together. Oh yeah, and a rope around the whole thing to keep it in place.
Taking all of the above into consideration, I’m still glad I bought mine. I live in Western PA and was able to get an early start to the growing season and it’s a great place to stash all my gardening stuff now that the weather is nicer. I’ll probably buy another one next year.
Just be sure to read their warranty. If anything happens after 30 days, they won’t even SELL you any replacement parts.
I have the cloche (previous woot) and replaced the plastic cover with mesh, held in place neatly with zip ties, to let the air through. Here in the south of Texas keeping stuff warm isn’t a problem but keeping the chachalacas from eating your tomatoes definitely is!
You sure that’s not the wretched grackles? The chachalacas in my neighborhood aren’t bright enough to recognize tomatoes as edible.
This looks interesting enough, but does anyone know how stable these are when the shelves are not loaded? I’ve got me some rambunctious dogs in the back yard who give our chachalacas a run for their money in the not very bright race.
I too live in South Texas and replacing the plastic with mesh is a great idea. I surrounded my tomato plants with mothballs and mint to discourage the possums and raccoons (always worked before) but something is still stealing them this year. If the modification can truly foil the chachalacas, I might just get one and save the plastic cover for our month and a half of winter.
I built the top of this over my garden: http://swingncocoa.blogspot.com/2013/04/covered-green-house.html
I used plastic mesh instead of clear plastic and it has done a great job keeping all the animals out (squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks, and deer that live in my backyard).