Get creative and self-sufficient with this awesome trade tested greenhouse. You’ll enjoy the freedom and the space to get the best out of a variety of fruits, vegetables or flowers.
Suitable for mid to large backyards, this is the perfect addition to the classic Kiwi property.
All Evergreen greenhouses are made with top quality aluminium frames and twinwall polycarbonate panels. Each of our greenhouses has been designed with a special grooved channel frame to help reinforce the panels against wind and weather. The quality of this greenhouse is backed up by a 12-year structural warranty for your peace of mind.
Note: Kit contains 1 x 10x8ft greenhouse and 1 x 10ft extension kit.
Evergreen Greenhouses Evergreen Greenhouses are designed in New Zealand for green-fingered Kiwis looking to take their gardening to the next level. Whether you’re a beginner wanting to get a head start on the tomato season or a seasoned horticulturalist looking for a little bit more room - you can do it all in an Evergreen. Eat fresh, live healthy and keep your garden growing all year round with an Evergreen greenhouse.
- 2 sliding doors
- 4 top vent windows
- Twinwall 4mm polycarbonate with UV coating & protection film, ultraviolet radiation proof (with 5 year warranty)
- Aluminium frame
- Zinc plated steel bottom frame and pegs
- Rust proof
- Built in gutter channel
- Green colour
- Assembled dimensions: 575.5cm (L) x 243.8cm (W) x 227cm (H)
- Carton dimensions for polycarbonate panels (x2): 142 x 14 x 75cm
- Carton dimensions for aluminium parts (x2): 312 x 18 x 25cm
- Average thickness of aluminium profiles: At least 1.5mm
- Weight: 160kg
Please refer to metric measurements. Any imperial dimensions have been rounded, due to standard panel sizes.
Greenhouses are kitset and come with assembly instructions. Our expert customer service team are on hand to help if you need it.
6 months ago2019-11-26T08:57:09+00:00
Very happy now it is constructed. A few important things to note before building. (1) If you have an extension pack the base pieces are not the same length. Make sure you square the base by having one long and one short base piece on each side. (2) Make sure you 'read' ahead and see how many bolts are needed in each slot. This will save undoing and redoing sections. (3) The join in the roof needed propping up to square the greenhouse so the panels would slide in. (4) We screwed all the panels to the bracing after a howling wind ripped three panels out. (5) We used additional pop rivets to secure the greenhouse to the base. Over all we are very happy. The building process was frustrating but sorted in the end. Don't start putting this together unless you are feeling calm, relaxed and there are no breakables close by...
very happy with the result, although it was a lot of work building it.
over 4 years ago2015-10-14T15:49:51+00:00
still waiting for an issue with the a missing bottom rail of the doors. ....