Know more about JULY'S SONG Greenhouse!
- Full Assembly Required: Yes
- Assembly Time: 6-8 hours
- Assembly Guide: Manuals in box; Video on product page
- Floor Options: Without Floor
- Base Included: Yes
- Frame Color Family: Greens
- Greenhouse Features: Sliding door, Gutters, Window
- Returnable: 30-Day
Customer questions & answers
Question:Can doors be locked?
Answer:There's no locking nor latching mechanism on the door. There's two small magnets that kind of hold the door fully open or fully closed. They aren't very effective. You would have to get creative with a lock hasp or something along those lines. I used two eye loops and a cord with spring clips to hold mine shut.
Question:Do i peel off the plastic sheets on the wall panels?
Answer:You are supposed to peel the plastic sheeting from the wall panels. Note that one side is marked to be the sun side (facing the outside of the greenhouse).
Question:Are the Polycarbonate pannels 4 mm thick?
Answer:Yes, I just measured a panel with calipers and the polycarbonate is 3.9 to 4.0mm thick. Bear in mind it is corrugated, double wall poly - like cardboard. But definitely 4mm thick overall.
Question:What are the full dimensions of the 6x4 greenhouse: Height, how Wide, and how Deep?
Here are the full dimensions of JULY'S SONG greenhouse.
Question:How is it oriented? Is the door on the six foot or eight foot side?
Answer:The door is on the 6 foot side.One panel is about 2 foot width.
Question:Can this greenhouse be secured to a deck?
Answer:Yes,you can secure our greenhouse to a deck.
Question:how can I water plants in green house during winter?
Answer:I always keep a 5 gallon bucket of water in my greenhouse with a smaller bucket so that I can give water to any plant that needs it while I'm in there. If you have a water hose that will reach, I would use it if you can! In areas where its colder and the possibility of the door freezing or getting compacted with snow, I would use a stiff bristled broom to try to gently clean your door tracs so it's easier to open! ALSO, MAKE SURE TO SECURE YOUR GREENHOUSE TO THE GROUND IN SOME WAY! WIND AND GREENHOUSE DO NOT GO WELL TOGETHER!!! Hope this helps!