ShelterLogic GrowIt 12 ft. x 24 ft. x 8 ft. Heavy Duty Walk-Thru Round-Style Greenhouse
Model # 70593|Store SKU # 1001018791
Model # 70593 Store SKU # 1001018791
The GrowIT Heavy Duty Greenhouse with roll-up side vents deliver quality construction, quick and easy assembly and best in class value. Featuring 1 5/8 in. heavy duty all-steel frame, patent pending ShelterLock Stabilizers, Ratchet Tite tensioning, and the Easy Slide Cross Rail System for a stable and durable Greenhouse. The specially designed ClearView triple-layer, heat bonded RipStop translucent cover provides enhanced illumination for plant growth and protection. Roll-up side panels and half moons screen vents at each end provide optimal airflow and temperature control.
12 x 24 x 8 ft. round top Greenhouse for the experienced grower
Patented metal ShelterLock stabilizers for added strength and durability.
The Deluxe 12 ft x 12 ft XL Clear greenhouse is an... See More +
The Deluxe 12 ft x 12 ft XL Clear greenhouse is an extra wide and tall comfortable greenhouse. The interior space gives plenty of room for growing tall and leafy plants, as well as a leisure area. It has a wide and high entrance with lockable double doors. Includes 2 manual vents windows, and a threshold ramp for wheelbarrows or wheelchairs.
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These handy plant hangers twist into any number of channels within a Palram greenhouse to fasten a shade kit, hang irrigation tubing or suspend a pot or hanging basket. This bundle includes 10 plastic hangers, which also clip into the separately-sold Palram heavy-duty greenhouse shelf for more suspension options in your nursery.
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Create a small garden on balconies & patios and enjoy all the benefits of a full greenhouse. The Grow Station is a workbench, greenhouse and a storage unit all in one. Includes two adjustable heavy duty galvanized steel shelves, hinged lid for ventilation, and unbreakable polycarbonate panels.
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Your Palram greenhouse is prefabricated to easily mount or reposition a shelfdo so with one of these heavy-duty modular units. This aluminum shelf maximizes space in a grow house and installs uniformly next to an identical one to create a seamless shelving platform. Each shelf supports up to 90 lbs. and is fashioned with channels running underneath the horizontal rails from which to attach pot hangers.
GrowIt 12 ft. x 24 ft. x 8 ft. Heavy Duty Walk-Thru Round-Style GreenhouseThe GrowIT Heavy Duty Greenhouse with roll-up side vents deliver quality construction, quick and easy assembly and best in class value. Featuring 1 5/8 in. heavy duty all-steel frame, patent pending ShelterLock Stabilizers, Ratchet Tite tensioning, and the Easy Slide Cross Rail System for a stable and durable Greenhouse. The specially designed ClearView triple-layer, heat bonded RipStop translucent cover provides enhanced illumination for plant growth and protection. Roll-up side panels and half moons screen vents at each end provide optimal airflow and temperature control.
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GrowIt 12 ft. x 24 ft. x 8 ft. Heavy Duty Walk-Thru Round-Style Greenhouse is rated
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Rated 2 out of
The frame is solid. We secured ours to the ground with a cement footing. Other than that, the win...The frame is solid. We secured ours to the ground with a cement footing. Other than that, the wind shredded the cover and the zipper didn't last, and I can't find a replacement for under $389 (not including shipping). Really ticked off about it. I can't recommend this product for those reasons.
Date published: 2019-04-30
Rated 3 out of
It takes longer than expected to assemble due to the...It takes longer than expected to assemble due to the poor instructions. Also after getting it together we were missing 2 parts. We called and the parts were sent. We will see if it works growing anything.
Date published: 2019-04-10
Rated 4 out of
Works well so farOnly problem not enough poles for end doors I added poles through bottom of doors to keep it from blowing around a destroying the end pieces easy to assemble needed little help
Date published: 2018-07-17
Rated 2 out of
I too bought this greenhouse and got about 2 1/2 years out of the cover and end door units. It st...I too bought this greenhouse and got about 2 1/2 years out of the cover and end door units. It started to rip midway summer of my 3rd growing season. Shelter Logic suggested I repair the started rips with green house repair tape as they would NOT cover the replacement. The door units went bad (zippers and rips) in the 2nd season. The replacement covers were close to $400 and I would have to pay shipping and state tax. Way too much for not even 2 1/2 (closer to 2) years. Granted our summers are very hot and sunny. There is no way an experienced person or 2 could assemble this in the time quoted. That doesn't even account for site prep and any frame you may want to build. All in all I had some very nice crops of tomatoes and peppers and veggies but if you figure the cost to replace the coverings every 2 to 3 years be prepared to spend many times over the buying of organic veggies. The frame is substantial and is the best part of the greenhouse. All in all I had some nice crops and I can replace the cover with great 6 mil greenhouse second party covering for $100 including shipping or less not counting the doors ends. I don't grow in the winter so the doors are not that important. By the way, you cant buy just the cover or door units separately. You have to buy the 3 pieces at once. They all will be ruined by the end of the 3rd growing season anyway. I am going to grow in it again this summer without a covering. I won't get the extra few weeks head start but I will see how it goes. I might have purchased the coverings if the company would have prorated the cost of the coverings, and you won't get much more than 2 1/2 years from them... so beware of that... With a little better grade of material for the covers you might get 5 yrs. Before I bought and talking with the salesmen at Shelter Logic That's what I expected (5 plus years). I would not have bought this if I knew how long I would really get from the cover material.
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 5 out of
Perfect for my tomatoes!We are going to our 3rd winter with this greenhouse and are very pleased with it. Took us quite a bit longer to erect than stated. We erected permanently by bolting to metal t posts driven into ground every other leg. We have extremely high winds to 80mph, sometimes more and didn't want it to blow away! Noting that literature says to take down in winter, we are pleased at the durability having weathered 2 whole years in the High Desert Outback of Oregon. Cover still in great shape. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2017-08-27
Rated 1 out of
Not for the long termI bought my shelter 3 years ago only to be shock at how short a life span the cover lasts, I stood up to some pretty high winds in it's short life time but nothing special, I can say when I returned to my property only to be met with the zipper door seams ripped to shreds... Oh! says I... on closer inspection the whole cover had tears where the material had just dissolved. So! the material is not really UV resistant and therefore expect to replace your cover in a 2-3 year period.
Substantial frame and easy to assemble, anchoring ??? could do with improving to a ground plate that can be more securely anchor'd, the ground anchors supplied are simply not adequate for high winds, I was able to make and drive in 2' U stakes...
The Greenhouse is a good starting point, and I was happy at first with my purchase, but had I known the cover was to fail within the 3 years I would have taken a different route.
I still have the frame and will make timber framed door section to both ends and cover with a UV resistant cover for additional weather endurance. would I buy another one? Umm! I don't think so, not for a longer term usage...
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 3 out of
I've had this greenhouse for about 3 years, and just wanted to check in with an update. The cons...I've had this greenhouse for about 3 years, and just wanted to check in with an update. The construction is easy. I've put together another greenhouse (harbor freight 10x12) and this one is a BREEZE compared to that one. This greenhouse uses very solid, nice sized piping, and I've never once been concerned with the rigidity of the structure.
It is pretty easy to roll up the sides, although if left rolled up, they tend to collect water.
Cons: Hard to insulate: The plastic sheeting nature of this greenhouse makes it difficult to insulate. The sheets that cover the doors on each end tend to flap around in the wind a little, and the only way to mitigate the wind into the greenhouse (for me) was to put up some wood framing, straw bales, etc.
Cover didn't last long. Started ripping about 2 to 2.5 years in. I'm in Florida, so we get a lot of sun, but disappointed that this thing didn't last very long. It started ripping at the contact points where it touches the metal and just went from there.
The replacement cover is easy enough to order, but they want close to $400 for it last I checked. No thanks. The structure is still in great shape, so I'm going to go into this year using cheap 4 mil sheeting (~$20) and then plan to purchase 6 mil greenhouse (UV TREATED) sheeting in the summer. (~$75). The UV treated greenhouse sheeting is rated for 4 years, so if I get half of that I'm happy.
Hope this helps anyone considering this greenhouse. It's not bad, but if I had to do it all again I'd either make my own using conduit, or buy a cold frame.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 4 out of
Pleased overall with this greenhouse....a couple of issues howeverThe greenhouse arrived on schedule as promised. We build custom furniture and have an excellent grasp on how things work, how to use the right tools etc. We set out all the different parts, and began to assemble according to the instructions (limited, however to only pictures, some of this is very confusing and frustrating to even skilled builders) as we got to the last ridge pole section, we found it to be missing..not misplaced or "lost"..missing! At this point we fabricated our own pole, but still, would rather have the one that was supposed to be there., Now it seems that there are 2 "extra" short pole sections that are not even included in the packing slips or in the instructions. This is frustrating because it leaves us wondering if we are "missing" something else?...The greenhouse is up, and for now seems to be everything it is advertised. We live in Maine so Winter will be the true test of it's durability.