"I was able to start earlier and extend my growing season into the fall longer."
"It’s holding up well to a severe Alaskan Winter."
"Great Experience. Helpful staff. During and after ordering and Delivery!"
Planta Greenhouse kits are popular among gardeners in Alaska, in areas such as Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Knik-Fairview, Badger, College, Meadow Lakes, Wasilla, Tanaina, Kalifornsky, and countless other areas not far from Alaska Discover a few of our greenhouses below and give us a call for questions.
Are you searching for a durable greenhouse that can withstand the tough winters in Alaska? Planta Greenhouses are designed to stand up to wind, rain, and snow – keeping your plants safe and allowing you to extend your growing season into the colder months.
We have countless delighted greenhouse customers throughout Alaska, including Chase, Juneau, and other cities.
Absolutely love it!! Our plants are thanking us. Lol. Looking forward to spending time in the greenhouse this winter.
We have had other greenhouses in other gardens over the years but this is by far the best - albeit my knees got very sore bolting the sections together on a concrete driveway. Solid construction and already growing fine salad vegetables in November. It's the perfect size for what we need - looking forward to germinating seeds and growing tomatoes next year.
We took our time preparing the site and assembling this cute little greenhouse. It was finished for the end of summer, so we are looking forward to starting plants for the garden in the spring. For now, there is some lettuce growing in containers. We are in Zone 3, so sitting in its warmth in October and November is a bonus!
It was a lot of work to prepare the site for the greenhouse (on a slight hill) but once we got it up it was worth it! Only issues are the gaps at the doors and windows. They give you material to seal along the frame of the greenhouse, but it is almost pointless with the poor design of the windows and doors. Plus you must open the window in order to open a door. Not a big issue but it was a surprise once we realized it. Now that it is complete I am enjoying growing my winter veggies in it as long as I can before it gets too cold!
We are loving our greenhouse.
It took some damage during hurricane Fiona but it’s still intact.
The end walls were beginning to blow apart during the storm, but I was able to go out in the 150km winds and brace it.
I’m thinking if you made the brackets in the end wall a little thicker as well as the door catches you could easily up your wind ratings.
I was amazed when I woke up the morning of the storm to see it still in our yard honestly.
I’ve been speaking very highly of your product ever since.
Withstands a snow load of as muсh as 98 psf (480 kg / m²) and is maintenance free in the winter
Sturdy greenhouse construction that resists winds up to 65 mph (100 km/h)
We use heavy duty 6mm Polycarbonate Panels on all models
Our heavy duty galvanized steel frames are durable as they are functional
Greenhouses can be extended up to 100 feet in length.
Planta Greenhouse Panels provide 100% protection against UV rays
Our heavy duty galvanized steel frames are durable and rust-resistant
Planta Greenhouses are manufactured in Europe and exclusively imported
With countless features and up to a 10-year warranty, it’s no surprise that Planta Greenhouses has 1000s of happy customers throughout Alaska and the rest of the United States.
So let this year be the year you take your gardening passion to the next level. Be quick and order today – stock is limited for the remainder of the season!
"This year a new knee was in order. We had not been back to the cabin for 7 weeks. During that time away, Mother Nature blessed our area with 80 inches of snow, and a wind event with 40-60 mph winds. I was worried about what would await me on that return.
The is greenhouse withstood everything thrown it's way. Highly impressed."
"We here in Anchorage Alaska have received over two feet of snow in a 26 hour period. I'm so impressed at how my greenhouse is "handling" it.
I'm so glad I found a company that knows the subarctic climate."