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RIGA XL 5 Greenhouse 14' x 16'5"

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Regular price $14,999.00
Regular price $18,748.75 Sale price $14,999.00
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The RIGA XL is truly a greenhouse by the European definition of a greenhouse - designed to be used to grow fresh vegetables, herbs, and flowers in the middle of winter. Other "greenhouses" using less than 8 mm twin-wall polycarbonate are considered to be Season Extenders, to be used when only a slight night frost might be expected during the spring or fall. At best, they can only be used to house established plants during the winter season.

Why Choose RIGA XL?

  • The RIGA XL Greenhouse is designed, engineered, and manufactured in Germany by Hoklartherm, a leading manufacturer of commercial and hobby greenhouses, sunrooms, pavilions, pool covers, home additions, and commercial building, with 28 years of experience.
  • The RIGA XL Greenhouse is an exceptionally strong greenhouse with strong materials and durable hardware.
  • The RIGA XL Greenhouse offers more window and door ventilation than other units in its class.
  • The 16mm triple-wall polycarbonate glazing on the RIGA XL Greenhouse is German-made and believed to be of superior quality than the much more common Polygal or GE glazing.
  • One major advantage of the RIGA XL's construction method is that the frame profiles are permanently attached and won't come loose over time due to wind pressures.
  • German engineering - guaranteed top quality!
  • Optional Shelving: Seedtray/Bench shelf and top shelf are available with strong diagonal support braces – can hold a 160-pound man! Twin-wall polycarbonate shelf inserts can be removed to allow for tall plants such as tomatoes or beans or to enable the insertion of heavy-duty seed trays. This greenhouse can flex to your gardening needs throughout the year.
  • The RIGA XL Greenhouse is attractive and fits well into an upscale garden setting.
  • Buying a greenhouse is like buying a car; they vary in cost from cheap to very expensive; the RIGA XL is a class similar to a Volkswagen/Volvo – stronger, more durable, and better insulated, and offers many more features than the better selling brands.
  • The RIGA XL Greenhouse offers the insulation needed to grow plants year-round – others using less insulation cost too much to heat.
  • RIGA XL Greenhouse units are available in 5 sizes.
  • We recommend you buy one size bigger than you planned.
  • Made in Germany

      Specifications

      • Sizes Available:

      • Riga XLs - (9'10" High. 16 mm triple-wall polycarbonate. Heaviest framing)

      • RIGA XL 5: 14' x 16'5"

      • RIGA XL 6: 14' x 19'10"

      • RIGA XL 7: 14' x 23'

      • RIGA XL 8: 14' x 26.3'

      • RIGA XL 9: 14' x 29'6"

      • Extremely heavy-duty construction

      • First-class insulation: R or K-value 3.0

      • Warranty: Polycarbonate: 10 years; Frame: 15 years

      • Two heavy-duty Dutch Barn Doors (front and back) with keyed lock: 37.5" wide x 74" high.

      • Roof Window(s): 37.5" w x 39.5" h; with Automatic Window Opener

      • 16 mm triple wall polycarbonate

      • Assembly time: 2 to 3 people, 2 days

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        10/12/2016
        Anonymous

        Last year's tomato crop in my west Riga XL

        The 2017 tomato crop was the must successful I've ever had. Our first harvest was April 30, and a plentiful supply continued until January 4. From the two Rigas we harvested close to 700 pounds of tomatoes, some of which were consumed fresh and most of which were juiced, canned, dried, or otherwise preserved for winter use. The indeterminate plants in the west greenhouse were each more than 26 feet long when I removed them in January. I tried a new approach for plant support in the west Riga. I've included a succession of pictures taken through the 2017 season showing the progress. I hope you find them interesting.