Best Greenhouse for Zone 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11

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Greenhouses for home and commercial growers are now a common thing all around the world.

Glass and plastic greenhouse kits have become well popular amongst a lot of backyard enthusiast, thanks to the large part to gardeners who prefer to take control of growing seasons and raise healthy, beautiful plants.

If you are looking for a greenhouse for your backyard, learn more about how to find them, where, and what to look for.

Best Greenhouse for Zone 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11

We have compiled some of the top 4 greenhouse kits from each category. Let us know what you think….Have any questions? Reach out to us.

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Little Cottage Company Colonial Gable Greenhouse CHECK ON AMAZON
Palram HGK144 Glory Greenhouse CHECK ON AMAZON
Exaco Cathedral Victorian Greenhouse with Large Cupola CHECK ON AMAZON

 

  • Little Cottage Company Colonial Gable Greenhouse, 10′ x 16′, Primed Tan – For Zone 4, 5

I like the fact that is way better than expected. It made it through some crazy winter without fuss. We did put heat in it to keep plants alive but it is my favorite thing ever.

The materials, design, strength and construction rate is A++.

It is made in the USA with great craftsmanship.

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Panelized walls sections saves time when assembling and it comes with a fully illustrated manual.

The Lp smart side sliding and trim is primed and ready for paint. We painted ours before we assembled it.

However, it does not come with a floor kit but you can build your own foundation.

There are lots of functioning windows and transom windows with corrugated polycarbonate roofing.

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It has Interior shelves too. Really great suff!

Here are the CONS:

  • No floor/foundation
  • Has heavy-heavy items
  • It chips easily
  • Siding isn’t sealed along the edges
  • If it gets wet in-transit prepare for warping

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  • Palram HGK144 Glory Greenhouse – For Zone 6, 7, 8

I got this because brand because they have anchors. With the hectic snow and wind here in Washington state, it’s needed.

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It took me about 10 minutes to get all the parts and put them in numerical order. However, it did come with pictures on how to assemble this.

They are stupidly easy to follow though. I put in an auto opener in the fridge before doing the installation. When it’s cold the roof window will close.

As the greenhouse heats up inside, it will open. It really is automatic! Wear gloves while putting that hinge together (the metal will cut your hands). The louver window has to be oiled, like a lot, to get it to work. I love having this space for doing my starters and transplanting.

  • Exaco Cathedral Victorian Greenhouse with Large Cupola, Green – For Zone 9,10, and 11

This is a quality, aesthetic, force resisting greenhouse for the hot days! It is expensive but worth every penny if you can afford it.

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This 300 square feet greenhouse unit comes with one double set of hinged doors with closer; 1 sliding door, 2 top hanging side windows, 1 louvre window, and 4 roof windows with spindle openers

Some other features I like is 2 heavy duty aluminum re-enforcement supports (from front to back) – 2.3” w x 5.2” deep.

Also includes pre-welded cupola frame (horizontal part). 4 mm tempered glass

Total size: 15′ wide x 19’11” long x 12’2″ high, side walls are: 6’8″ high; cupola: 10’2″ long x 5′ 4″ wide.

Author: Howard S. Baldwin

My name is Howard S. Baldwin. I am a work-at-home dad to three lovely girls, Jane + Hannah + Beauty. I have been blogging for the last 3 years. I worked for other Home and Lifetsyle blogs, did hundreds of product reviews and buyers’ guides. Prior to that, I was a staff accountant at a big accounting firm. Needless to say, researching and numbers are my passion. My goal is to be an informative source for any topic that relates to DIY life and homemaking.

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