This row cover provides frost and cold protection down to 24 degrees F. The thick, 1.25 oz. fabric is ideal for season extending in the early spring and late fall, or for overwintering salad greens, strawberries and perennials. 60% light transmission; lasts for several years.
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Protects border flowers and camellias all winter
By CA gardener
from Morgan Hill, CA
Comments about : GardenQuilt Cover 6' x 20':
Use lengths of this to protect perennials from heavy frost and occasional temps down to 28degrees and to also cover camellias during the winter. The camellias will still bloom because of the light transmission. And even geraniums will continue to bloom with minimal damage if covered well with this fabric.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Succulent Queen
from El Dorado Hills, CA
I have over 100 Succulents , some of which are not frost hardy. Living in the Sierra Foothills this can be dangerous for their survival or frost damage. This fabric has provided 100% protection for my beautiful plants.
from Chauvin, La
This product was very customizable! It fit where ever I put it
i bought a second cover
from elephant butte, nm
I have used this quilt for many years in the winter.
from western pa..
I use the quilt in the winter so that the deer will not eat my plants or shrubs near the house. And believe me, they even come up on my porch to eat plants. I would have nothing left if I did not cover them.
I covered my plants It works great
It seems to be just the thing I need for my plants
great quality looks nice
material is easy to cut and use
Great cover for extending the season
from Scott's Hill tn
I cover my lettuce and spinach and have confidence that it will be protected
second time ordering
By spunkysunshine gardener
from baltimore, MD
I think this product is great for covering your plants as fall hits and winter strikes. It protects from all frosts and keeps the plants growing all year long. My complaint is that after a year or two the elements begin to work their magic and the quilt does become brittle and can rip in places. I replaced mine this year after 3 seasons. In addition the sizes limit a bit. I had to buy the largest size and cut down the extra because my beds were wider then the small size but my length was nowhere near the large size.
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pulled up a bit for some extra sun
Excellant choice to extend the season
from Cortez CO
I garden in the high desert of SW Colorado and purchased this item in September 2017. The garden quilt has already saved my fall lettuce crop twice when nighttime temps dropped to mid-teens. I like the 6' width, working with Super Hoops it easily covers my raised bed. Additionally the fabric seems to resist tearing.
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