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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
• 12 ventilation windows with insect screens
• 2 x doors - one at each end
• Reinforced anti-UV polyethylene
• Galvanised steel tube frame
• 1 Year Evergreen Warranty
Assembled dimensions: L 596cm x W 290cm x H 200cm
Door width: 188cm
Fabric: 140g/m² polyethylene
Steel tube: Ø25mm, hot-dip galvanised
Packaging: Carton A – 156cm x 43cm x 16cm (30kg), Carton B – 115cm x 22.5cm x 13cm (16kg)
This is our second Evergreen Tunnel House. They are easily assembled and work well as cover for our tropical and sub-tropical trees and fruit. Even on cloudy days, they trap warmth and humidity. We plan on erecting 2 more over this winter. This photo was taken halfway through assembly; ready for its cover.
I recommend this greenhouse.
Very easy to assemble with two people. Clear instructions.
Easy to put together. We secured a lot better than instructed due to high winds our area. The poles have ripped at the corners already unfortunately but this hasn't affected the tunnel.
We built this polytunnel in a few hours without difficulty and the instructions are basic but sufficient. However, my husband had to fabricate a piece, as one of tubular part of the frame was not the correct shape. To be fair, we did not want the fuss to wait/return the tunnel. The plastic cover seems quite sturdy and hopefully will resist our strong UVs. We dug a trench to burry the sides then filled it with gravel, as recommended, and the cover has not moved since. The frame does need to be anchored, in our case, some leftover rebar. There is plenty of space to grow our veggies for many years to come. All in all, we are pleased by this product, it is good value for money.