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Evergreen Tunnel House Greenhouse 2m x 5m

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What are the downsides to growing your own fruit and veg? There aren’t any.

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What are the downsides to growing your own fruit and veg? There aren’t any.

Enjoy fresh produce, save money on groceries, and enjoy that special satisfaction of eating something you’ve grown yourself. This sweet-looking tunnel house is big enough for you to get creative in and low budget, so it won't hurt your finances.

All of our polytunnel tunnel houses are made with quality galvanised steel tube and reinforced anti-UV polyethylene.

Comes with a 1 Year Evergreen Warranty for peace of mind.

Find out for yourself why more and more New Zealanders are turning to home-grown produce and order yours today.

Basic assembly required.

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 or tunnel house.

• 2 x roll up doors - one at each end
• Ventilation windows with insect screens
• Reinforced anti-UV polyethylene 140g/m2
• Powder coated, galvanised steel tube 25mm diameter
• 1 Year Evergreen Warranty

Assembled dimensions: L 500cm x W 190cm x H 200cm
Door width: 103cm
Colour: Green
Fabric: 140g/m² polyethylene
Steel tube: Ø25mm, hot dip galvanised
Carton dimensions: 109cm x 39cm x 29cm
Weight: 38kg


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Questions and answers

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Do you make a fitted cover with a light (30%) shade cloth for hardening the plants?
That is something we do not sell.
By Trade Tested on November 11 2021
2 votes
Is the fabric water proof or is it more like shade cloth
The material is waterproof, however the seams are not taped so water would get through eventually - which isn't a problem when used as intended, however some do buy these thinking they are getting a tent (it isn't).
By Trade Tested on January 05 2021
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Can I purchase the green lining without the frame once the green lining wears out?
Yes you can purchase the a replacement cover when needed.
By Trade Tested on August 31 2021
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Fantastic product. Easy to assemble, tuff and great design. Love it.

Sue Murchison
Pleasantly surprised

FOr an inexpensive tunnel house i didnt have any great expectations but its really good. ONce its all together its quite stable with the cover supporting it neatly. Was easy to put together for one person. Would certainly recommend.

Janice Canterbury
Thanks Trade Tested

This tunnel house was the perfect shape for my struggling vegetable garden. I found it easy to assemble by myself, and the cover was a great fit so it looked smart from the outset. The whole thing seems robust and has withstood some fairly severe winds. My veges are now flourishing.

Al North Otago
Great tunnel house

With a ton of reinforcing this tunnel house is great.

Myrtle South Waikato
This is a great Greenhouse thats easy to erect

It's important to lay out all the framing in their number coded groups, and compare with the instructions. It's easier with a helper to construct, and we put all the round sections together first. All the holes lined up when fitting the bolts. The frame was put together on site, and once completed, the base diagonals were measured and noted, and the framed shifted until they were equal. We put warratahs in the corners and taped to the frame. The bolts were finally checked, but not over tightened. All bolted junctions were taped to stop rubbing on the shade material. We secured and tied on the shade material. We didn't dig in the bottom flaps but laid fence posts on the flaps. The basic design is very good, with side meshed windows for ventilation. The frame is strong enough to support some micro irrigation.

John Hamilton