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Evergreen Greenhouse 24 x 8ft Green

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Built from high-quality materials and with over 17m² of space, you’ll enjoy season after season of bumper crops in this giant greenhouse. Ideal for both the serious home grower and the professional market gardener.

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Product overview

Built from high-quality materials and with over 17m² of space, you’ll enjoy season after season of bumper crops in this giant greenhouse. Ideal for both the serious home grower and the professional market gardener.

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 14x8ft greenhouses and 1 x 10x8ft 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.

- Two sliding doors
- 8 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
- Built in gutter channel
- Rust proof

- Green colour
- Assembled dimensions: 721cm (L) x 243.8cm (W) x 227cm (H)
- Carton dimensions for polycarbonate panels 14ft: 142 x 15 x 73cm
- Carton dimensions for aluminium parts 14ft: 372 x 18 x 25cm
- Carton dimensions for polycarbonate panels 10ft extension: 179 x 14 x 86cm
- Carton dimensions for aluminium parts 10ft extension: 310 x 20 x 24cm
- Average thickness of aluminium profiles: At least 1.5mm
- Weight: 180kg

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.

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Questions and answers

1 vote
How will the panels deal with the UV in NZ? Longevity - if it’s 5 yrs as above it seems a pretty short lifespan.
They’re made from 100% virgin polycarbonate with a UV protective layer, 5 Years is the Warranty period, we would expect them to last longer.
By Trade Tested on May 11 2020
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where are the greenhouse components manufactured ?
In China.
By Trade Tested on March 26 2020
0 votes
Whats the warranty on the poly-carbonate sheeting? How long will it last before needing replacement?
They have a 5 year warranty, longevity depends on location etc, but you should get at least this long.
By Trade Tested on December 03 2019

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very well made all the parts fit instructions could be better to make it easer to assemble

Tim Blenheim
Great Quality for the Price, a few niggles sorted and it would be perfect

So after reading other reviews, (All of the Evergreen houses reviews should be amalgamated), and our site being quite out of level. We build it on an H4 Foundation using TGV Timber, I would highly recommend this over the steel base it comes with. The quality of the extrusion and panels is excellent. The design as a whole is very good, and we are very happy with it. The polycarb panels are well retained by the roof ridge and gutter rail, but nothing to prevent them from being sucked out. We got the 24ftx8ft built with 5 of us, in one day. The gable ends have to assembled with panels before all of the cross bracing is in place. You can put some of the diagonals up to help, so long as it isn't too windy. A ratcheting screw driver with a 10mm built really makes quick work of the nuts. The manuals are a bit cryptic as people have commented on. The big issue being knowing or noticing how many bolts need to be slid into tracks for future frames etc. This could be alleviated. If @TradeTested could possibly get the manufacturer to add the bolt insert slots of Piece Type 19 added to both ends rather than 1. Then also adding the insert slots to Frame Piece Type 7 and 30. Rather than disassembling to get bolts in. Would make life a lot easier. We ended up using the Dremel to die-grind new insert slots into extrusion rather than disassemble our work. The fixings, nuts and bolts are prescribed to the exact number. Should really provide another 10% or so. Although trying to be careful not to lose them, we came up a bit short. The T1 and T2 braces appear to be added as an afterthought, these are mentioned right at the end of the manual and appear to be the real reason the Bolt insert slots in Frame Type 19 has been added. We installed these on the following day of putting the greenhouse together, and at the same time went around and locktited all the nuts, so the wind can't rattle them lose. Lastly, the framing of the greenhouse feels pretty strong, but to reduce the change of the polycarb panels blowing out in Wellington Winds, we retained them with a Clear Gorilla FixAll MS (Which is rated for polycarb and aluminium) and glued the panels to the cross braces, with a screw and large washer in the centre.

Caswal Wellington

The greenhouse has more than paid for itself in vegies. During level 4 lockdown I had so many vegies I supplied the neighborhood. I have no hesitation in recommending this.

Kayne Kaitaia

Firstly the "positives". A great unit. Everything fits well and it is well made. The "not so positives". Very light construction that would never survive six months in a high wind zone. We have made significant upgrades. These have cost a bit but are worth it to now have a very sturdy construction. We ditched the flimsy base and have mounted it on a wooden base of 200 x 50 H4 timber. The timber base and corners of the greenhouse are also supported by a decent 100 x 100 H4 fencing post in each corner. Rock solid. We also replaced the nuts with nylock nuts as the ones supplied shake loose in a strong breeze (despite being torqued up really tight). The "negatives". The packages arrived badly torn. Amazingly the panels and frame were undamaged. As we didn't use the supplied skirt we should have had an extra 50 or so nuts and bolts spare but we were short by quite a bit,... I suspect that one of the packs of nuts and bolts was lost through the torn packaging in transit. The instructions have great pictures but the lack of explanation means that you frequently have no idea why you are doing what it says to do. A couple of simple paragraphs would make this thing a breeze to assemble. Speaking of assembly, make sure that you invite two or three friends to help,... it is not a one person task.

The Old Trout South Island
Should be IQ tested not trade tested

Purchased the large greenhouse, 24 x 8, it arrived in 4 packages, so far so good. Now to open it, 2 packages of panels, and 2 of pieces. A set of plans, wait, not plans, random drawings of parts in no order, 2 sets which haveconflicting not instructions. This is probably the worst kit I have ever seen, there is no flow, logic , instruction or anything resembling methodology. You would do better with cake recipe. However 5 days later, almost complete. It looks good, just some concrete footings to do, wait , there was no instructions for that, the base is too flimsy so a bit of DIY fixit required. If you need a greenhouse in a hurry, avoid this one, but in the end, for the price it may be ok.

Terry Wairarapa