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Greenhouse with Fivewall Polycarbonate

Best Energy Efficient Greenhouse Glazing

Have you heard of Fivewall Polycarbonate?

BC Greenhouses has been working with this glazing product for a few years. It was so impressive in terms of its energy efficiency that we built a new aluminum framing system to accommodate the wider profile. For example, a typical single glass greenhouse glazing is 3mm in thickness whereas the Fivewall polycarbonate is an impressive 16mm.

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In-Ground beds are perfect for your garden growing

Setting Up Your Greenhouse

The box has finally arrived - the greenhouse is assembled

Now what?

I called Rodney a year after his greenhouse was installed. I expected him to brag about the size of his tomatoes or the hours he spends sitting and enjoying the beautiful space he created.

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Rebuilt Pacific Greenhouse

Why buy a greenhouse kit?

With over 70 years of experience and conversations with thousands of customers over the years, if you live in a colder climate or will ever think about moving, a greenhouse kit is the way to go.  Did you know you can easily disassemble our greenhouses and move them to a new location?  Not so easy to do with a homemade greenhouse.  In fact, many of our customers choose to add an extension when they move because they have more space!

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Strawberries covered in dew

August Crops in the Greenhouse

August Plants

August crops are growing so fast that I should have a time-lapse camera to record the speedy growth. It’s a good thing I’m home all month to watch the changes and get the next crops planted and growing.  Check out my tips to grow your own food too!

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Winter vegetables growing

Start Planning for Your Winter Greenhouse Now

Surprisingly, Summer is the perfect time to prep for winterization

Managing your winter greenhouse with crops coming and going is a bit of an art form, so please bear with me. It involves starting seeds directly in greenhouse soil and also starting seeds in flats on shelves or potting benches.

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