Planta Greenhouse kits are popular among gardeners in North Carolina, in areas such as Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, Cary, Wilmington, High Point, Concord, and countless other areas not far from North Carolina. 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 North Carolina? 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 North Carolina, including Jacksonville, Apex, and other cities.
We’re retired, we live in Southcentral AK, and the Sungrow Compact was a great choice for us. We drove to Anchorage in a standard pickup to pick it up, and transportation to Homer was relatively easy. The only reason for four stars rather than five is that assembly for us was more time consuming and tedious than we expected, even with all the helpful videos, and there were more than a few undo’s and start overs. That said, now that it’s done, kinks and all, I really do love it.
Thanks for sharing your experience and feedback!
We understand that assembly can sometimes be a bit challenging, and we're continuously working to improve our instructions. We're glad you are enjoying your Sungrow Compact, Happy gardening :)
After researching compact greenhouses I went with Planta even though it was not the least expensive. Cost is important to me, but so is quality and durability. In the end, I could not be happier with my purchase. The design, the materials and the instructions, both written and video, are excellent. I have had a lot of experience over the years assembling things like furniture, tools and grills, and I was impressed by how accurately the parts of the greenhouse went together. All the screw holes were in the exact right position and lined up perfectly. A couple of times it seemed like maybe I would need to enlarge a hole, but in each case it was because I had overlayed two parts in the wrong order. After reviewing the instructions I switched the parts around, and the holes lined up.
I did this pretty much as a one man job. A neighbor helped me while I stood the arches up and connected them. He also helped me lift the entire structure into the footer holes that I had dug. Other than that, I did the whole thing by myself. This included installing the plastic panels, although a helper would have been nice for that step. I had to use some ingenuity such as using a piece of tape to hold a wrench onto a nut while I tightened from the outside. Clamps were used to keep panels from slipping while I was getting them lined up.
The finished project is beautiful and extremely sturdy. I am still in the process of landscaping around it and building shelves inside. Really…
Hi Mitchell, thank you for sharing your detailed experience with us!
We're thrilled that you're enjoying your Planta greenhouse and appreciate the awesome pictures.
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!
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
"The spring season wasn't extended because the greenhouse wasn't finished until late May. We were still picking tomatoes in November, and have some herbs that are overwintering in the greenhouse. This year we will have a much earlier start to the growing season."
"We live in a very windy and snowy climate in the winter. This greenhouse does not make a noise, does not shift and can hold plenty of snow weight. This is a much better purchase than anything that you will find in big box stores like Home Depot."