This heavy-duty, 7-ounce burlap will protect your valuable landscape plantings from harsh winter weather. It allows your plants to breathe freely and shields them from winter wind and sun, heavy snow, ice and salt damage.
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Nice tight weave
from Waynesboro PA
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about : Burlap, 3' x 48':
This is a better quality burlap than what I've previously bought in stores. And it's also a generous sized roll. I used it to wrap some shrubs that took a real beating last winter and I almost lost them then. They're too close to the house and/or too tall to use shrub covers. I hammered in a few wood stakes to attach the burlap to with staples. we've had some harsh wind and an ice storm. So far so good.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Will buy this every year
By Green thumb Jenny
from Lake Alfred, FL
I use this mainly to wrap sensitive fruit trees here in Florida. I also now use the burlap as a sun shade over sections of garden. In Florida the sun is hot and tomatoes, cucumbers, beans, and peas need some shade. These last year burnt up from the heat. I will be using grommits on burlap along with rope to fasten it to frame over garden. Also the burlap is thin enough to let rain soak through and the sprinklers too.
By cab gardner
from pittsburgh, pa
Strong winter protection for bushes and plants
Burlap, 3' x 50'
By Susan's garden
from Roswell, NM
Excellent quality for wrapping shrubs in winter.
Gardener's Supply Rolled Burlap Is Great
By Sue the garden addict
from Lancaster, Oh
I have azeleas at the edge of my propterty which the deer love to "graze" on in the dead of winter. By wrapping them in burlap, I eliminate the problem in one step instead of trying to spray frequently with foul smelling deterent spray in subfreezing weather.
(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
from Hallsville, MO
I wrapped our grapevines and my honeysuckle and climbing rose, hoping to protect them from what is predicted to be a bad winter. Will know better how it worked next spring. If it does, will be willing to recommend.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
SEEMS LIKE THE MATERIAL I EXPECTED
By On the Rocks
from Northern Connectciut
About Me Practical
The burlap was used to wrap plants for the Winter months to keep the buds on them instead of feeding the deer. It's an old fashion answer to the problem and it works.
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