Doubtful It Will Last the Season
For the price, it is still only O.K. The framework is made from aluminum metal poles, the kind that you get with a broom from the dollar store that breaks in a week. On top of that none of them lock into place, they slide into place. That means that a stiff wind will have your new green house bending and twisting. The zippers are of terrible quality, I expect they wont last very long at all. The ties that allow you to attach the tarp so that it doesn't slide are also terrible. One of mine broke before I could even tie it, it just popped off. The shelves are flimsy and are basically chicken wire, they do not stay in place unless something is placed on them. I doubt they will hold through the season either, it's more likely they will fall through from having the lightest of loads to bare. I'm not even going to bother with the "tent stakes" that they give you. They tie on to the same material that was used to make the frame ties. They are barely attached to the tarp, just like the ties, and the "stakes" are the kind you get with a 25 dollar unicorn princess tent from Walmart. The only real saving graces this product has going for it is that the tarp its interlaced with strands of material so the plastic shouldn't rip in a large storm, and well, the price. If you do buy this product keep in mind you will need to purchase some heavy cinder blocks or something similar to weigh it down. I personally will be duct taping all of the joints and weighing the frame down from the inside in hopes that it will last the season, wish me luck. Lastly, my package was missing one of the small aluminum poles. This is the kind of product that if one piece is missing, the integrity of the entire greenhouse is shot. I'm making do with a piece of wooden dowel I just happened to have that I was able to cut to size.