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Palram Mythos Greenhouse 6ft x 10ft

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Growing your own produce is one of life’s simple pleasures. It saves money, reduces stress and promotes a healthier diet for you and your family. With the Palram Canopia Mythos Series Greenhouse you’ll be showing off your vegetables & flowers in no time!

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Growing your own produce is one of life’s simple pleasures. It saves money, reduces stress and promotes a healthier diet for you and your family. With the Palram Canopia Mythos Series Greenhouse you’ll be showing off your vegetables & flowers in no time!

Palram Canopia Mythos series greenhouses are the perfect growing structure for hobby gardeners. Equipped with twin-wall polycarbonate panels and a durable frame, they feature all the necessary elements for great growing.

A head-start on a great garden begins with light management - something the Palram Canopia range excels at with market-leading twin-wall polycarbonate; the leading choice for quality hobby greenhouse coverings because of its durability, light-diffusing properties, and heat retaining ability.

The twin-wall roof and side panels of the Mythos range block 99.9% of harmful solar UV radiation and diffuse sunlight, which helps to maximise plant growth and eliminate the risk of plant burn.

Palram Canopia polymer panels are made with virgin materials only that greatly reduce the chances of them becoming brittle or discoloured over time.

Featuring a rust-resistant, brushed aluminium frame and a heavy-duty galvanised steel base, these greenhouses are designed to stand for years to come.

Other features include integrated rain gutters that channel rain water for sustainable irrigation, a magnetic door catch, and adjustable roof vent to help moderate airflow and temperature to maximise growing conditions.

• Highly resistant, transparent, and safe polycarbonate greenhouse
• Built with light-diffusing twin-wall glazing for soft light irradiance and level temperatures
• Provides up to 100% protection from harmful sun rays (UV)
• Resilient polycarbonate walls; do not fracture
• Stout, rust-free aluminium structure
• Clean-lined and functional design
• DIY greenhouse, maintenance-free – built to last thanks to outstandingly durable materials
• Protects your plants from the elements so that you can enjoy an extended growing period
• Lockable door handle (padlock not included)
• Easy assembly - sliding panel assembly system
• Hinged door can be assembled as a right or left hand door
• 5 Year Palram Limited Warranty

Material: Heavy-duty galvanised steel base, rust resistant brushed aluminium frame
Assembled dimensions: W 185cm x D 306cm x H 208cm
Internal dimensions: W 181cm x D 300cm x H 204cm
Door dimensions: W 56.5cm x 163cm
Eaves height: H 124cm
Base dimensions: W 185cm x 305cm
Frame colour: Brushed aluminium / grey
Assembled weight: 45.64kg
Covering area: 5.7m² / 60.9ft²
Storage area: 5.4m² / 58.4ft²
Product volume: 9m³ / 318.3ft³
Wind resistance: 90km/hr | 56ml/hr
Snow load: 75kg/m² | 15.4lbs/ft²
Light transmission: 82%
Roof panel thickness: 4mm
Wall panel thickness: 4mm

Carton size: Carton 1: W 325cm x D 19cm x H 11cm, Carton 2: W 120cm x D 62cm x H 14cm
Total carton weight: 48kg

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2 votes
I am looking at buying a greenhouse. What is the main difference between the two makes is it just the colour (eg white verses green)? Thanks
The Mythos is a brushed aluminium/grey colour, it has a hinged lockable door, 4mm panels and one top-vented window. The Evergreen greenhouses have sliding doors, 6mm panels and have two or more top-vented windows depending on the size. The sizes are slightly different also, generally the Mythos are 6ft wide and the Evergreen are 8ft wide. Feel free to contact our Sales team on the 0800 number if you would like more information.
By Trade Tested on July 05 2022
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Hi. Are the models shown able to be purchased in the green colour as shown in the video. Thanks
We only have the Palram Mythos in the brushed aluminium colour at this stage, we sell the Evergreen greenhouse range in a green colour if you are interested.
By Trade Tested on March 20 2022
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How do you anchor these greenhouses to the ground? I live on the coast and need to make it safe
This depends on the foundation you are using, there is link to the Manual on the webpage which shows the different anchor methods in detail (page 9).
By Trade Tested on March 14 2022

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Awesome Little Greenhouse

Really love our 10x6 greenhouse. Perfect for our space. Sturdier than it looks. Our marriage even survived construction which was a little tricky but definitely worth it.

Suzilea Northland
Greenhouse is too weak

The greenhouse is very weak and gets damaged very easily. I installed the greenhouse a few months ago and it got damaged by wind and most of the polycarbonate panels got blown away even though the wind wasn't even that strong. All the other greenhouses on neighbouring properties were fine.

Kisan Dunedin
No, I do not recommend this product.

Great Product. Just what i have been after.

Arkwright Darfield
Palram Greenhouse 6x10

Very pleased with my purchase, the plants are out of the weather and are thriving.

Phil Thames
Best hothouse ever

Absolutely love my hothouse, Easy to put together. We get strong winds and it’s still standing. 100% recommend

Lisa Whitianga
Palram Mythos 10x6 Greenhouse

This would be one of my best purchases from trade tested. I have attached 7 photos to show the assembled product, an the foundations I adopted to use. Its solid and it wont move. Its in a sheltered location, but gets heaps of sun. A couple of tips for anyone assembling first time 1) ensure two people assemble it. 4 hands are better than two 2) Read the instructional manual first to familarise your self with the process of assembling. Always check the next step before you assemble the first. 3) Mark each piece of frame work with a marker pen that wont come off with part number. Labels provide come off too easy 4) make sure you have a solid foundation. I used 200mm X 75mm Macrocapa timber and painted it with bitumen paint. Its a black colour, so the timber stays dry an last longer 5) make sure all structure parts are in the packaging. I have a bit more to landscape around as I am re arraging my vege garden around again.

Pete Woodend North Cant
Good luck and enjoy

If you like instructions which leave you guessing as to what you need to do even after looking at instructions then this is the glasshouse for you. Once set up it's a very nice looking glasshouse which will get plenty of use. What has been very disappointing is that there are these cheaply made black clips which hold in the polycarbonate panels at the bottom ,which break easily.

Mike Nelson
Dont be afraid to assemble this yourself :-)

I purchased two of these because I did a of Due Diligence before buying & considered the sturdiness, ease to assemble, slide in panels. The 4mm panels are strong enough & because they slide into a fitted channel they stay strong in the wind as other makes use spring clips to secure the panels. It will take a whole day to assemble & you will need another pair of hands half the time but the instructions are very good (about 50 pages).

Terry Auckland
Mythos for home garden in Wellington, New Zealand

I bought this Greenhouse for my wife because the wind at our property kept destroying her herb garden. We spent a day preparing a strong timber foundation, a day sorting the parts and planning the build; and a day on installation. In Wellington, we get winds over 100km/hr several times a year, so we then spent a fourth day running 3 bands of shock chord over the roof and filling all the gaps between the clear panels and the aluminum frame with 6mm or 9mm foam drought strip. It has now survived two major storms, the drought strip minimizing flexing of the panels and eliminating rattling, and we've not had any damage. Very happy with the outcome. In terms of the build, the only word of caution is that the foundation needs to be absolutely flat and the foot of the frame perfectly square before you start assembling. If it's even a little off the effect can magnify as you put the kit set together. Ours was a tiny bit out in one corner, and several times we had to loosen off a lot of the bolts and jiggle the frame to make bolt holes line up. Our only other issue is for our site the ventilation window needs two latches, one isn't enough. It gets sucked open and then twists and bangs in the wind. Two latches would hold it a lot more firmly. Photo 1 shows the finished greenhouse and shock chord bracing Photo 2 shows the drought strip in the aluminum slots. Photo 3 shows the ground treated timber foundation Photo 4 shows the single latch on the ventilation window.

SFu Wellington

Absolutely perfect product. Easy instructions to follow for construction of greenhouse. We have a variety of vegetables now growing in it.Just love it.

Gardener Christchurch