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Evergreen Tunnel House Greenhouse 3m x 8m

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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 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
• Galvanised steel tube frame
• 1 Year Evergreen Warranty

Assembled dimensions: L 795cm x W 290cm x H 200cm
Door width: 188cm
Colour: Green
Fabric: 140g/m² polyethylene
Steel tube: Ø25mm, hot-dip galvanised
Packaging: Carton A – 160cm x 47cm x 24cm (31kg), Carton B – 119cm x 29cm x 18cm (31kg)
Weight: 62kg


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Questions and answers

1 vote
Do you sell sell just the frames for your tunnel houses or do they only come with fabric included
All the tunnel houses comes with fabric included, we don't sell the frames separately.
By Trade Tested on April 12 2022
2 votes
Should the polyethylene get torn can we purchase a new cover or should the poles get damaged can we replace them?
Yes, we have replacement covers available and can order spare parts, just give our customer service team a call.
By Trade Tested on August 05 2019
1 vote
Are the stitches very well made? Is it water resistant? Is there any leakage? I have a tunnel from other supplier and it is leaking through stitches.
This is stitched well, the cover is made from polyethylene and is water resistant. We've had no issues with leaking.
By Trade Tested on June 01 2021
1 vote
Can you get these in a 12m long size?
3x8M is the biggest we do at this stage.
By Trade Tested on May 10 2021
1 vote
Are these greenhouses very wind resistant?
They aren't designed for high wind areas, but they're pretty sturdy. Our best suggestion would be to install in as sheltered a spot as possible and read the reviews on this and other sizes to see how others have a got on and where they installed.
By Trade Tested on June 17 2020
-3 votes
Want to grow tree tomatoes in this. Would it be psyllid proof?
These have ventilation windows with insect screens to prevent insects getting inside. As long as these are assembled and fixed securely that will provide the best protection against insects.
By Trade Tested on September 21 2021
1 vote
How do you fix it to the ground? Does it have pegs and or guide ropes as quite windy where I live.
It doesn't come with fixings as there are lots of ways to do it, depending on where it is going. You can use pegs, steel warratahs (see the 3m x 6m customer photos), bent rebar or similar if it's going directly onto the ground. Some people build wooden boxing and attach over the top using brackets and wood screws etc. Take a look at some of our customer photos on the different models for ideas, or give our sales team a call on 0800 800 880.
By Trade Tested on December 09 2018
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What is the wall thickness of the steel? What sort of wind resistance does it have?
The steel tube is Ø25mm and these are not designed for high wind areas, but they're pretty sturdy. Our best suggestion would be to install in as sheltered a spot as possible.
By Trade Tested on May 09 2021
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Can I buy a clear plastic cover ?
No, we only have the green covers.
By Trade Tested on March 29 2021
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Where is it made?
This is made in China.
By Trade Tested on September 28 2020
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Not for use in high wind areas

Have had two of these. In concept they are okay but the frame is not strong enough to withstand high winds

ChrisB Canterbury
No, I do not recommend this product.
Good buy

A good greenhouse for the money. Day 2 ours was doing cartwheels over the paddock as we hadn't tied it down enough. It survived well despite a bit of cow manure! Have since used grunt ground screws which have a circular top to them that fits perfectly through the greenhouse frame base. It's not going anywhere now, and what I should have done from the start. Well advised to do so.

Bill Auckland
Great product

Very happy with this product

Jo Northland

I purchased this to have it set up inside another poly house. Works well for this purpose

Tropical Northland
Evergreen Tunnel House Greenhouse 3m x 8m

Totally recommend. We got this during 1st lockdown and is still going. Will probably need to replace next year maybe?? We have not had to buy vegatables since late 2020, only a couple of times and then about $50 max a year if that.

Mares Westland
Does the job - great for the price

This was the second one we've purchased. First one stood up well to all other storms, but the Cyclone Gabrielle winds were too extreme, and we have it sited in an exposed location :( This time we weighted the side flaps with wood before we buried - see how that goes. Hopefully no more big cyclones for a while. We've been very pleased with it, currently housing the veggies we're growing for our three families.

Simone Northland
Evergreen Tunnel houses

This is the third one I have purchased and I love them. They are affordable and although the windows perish over time and velcro on the outer windows also becomes brittle and none adherent I still can recommend this product for anyone looking to grow at home.

Elizabeth Whangarei
cover issue

Dissappointing as the cover doex not fit the frame properly,have brought a lot of these from you guys over the past few years so wasnt happy with this one.

mitsky Bay of Plenty
No, I do not recommend this product.
Reply from Trade Tested This unit had a fault and we have sent replacement parts.
Doors can't handle wind

I've had the tunnel house for a few months now as I wanted to give an honest review. The tunnel house was raised off the ground on wood to protect metal frame from rust the secured to the ground via y posts driven in 1.5m. Now initially I was very impressed with the structure it fitted well and was quite easy to erect. The only issue was tightness and short velcro straps. It seemed to be able to handle mild winds without problems. The insect screens worked well and provided adequate ventilation. But as soon as we got a decent blow in the valley I came out to torn door seams and flapping doors. I've glued the torn doors and added a wooden weight to the base to try and help. Next stage is to build doors and make them stronger. I would suggest you make the doors differently inserting insect screens in the to relieve wind pressure on them.

Marcus Gebbies Valley
No, I do not recommend this product.
Evergreen tunnel house

we brought this item mainly for the frame to go over our raspberries and to put a net over it to keep the birds out and has worked very well and I don't think we will ever us the cover and it would be a great option just to buy the frame by it self.I don't know how it would have worked with the bees to pollinate the fruit with the cover.

stonebreaker Canterbury