Glass bell cloches were used in the Victorian era to create mini-greenhouses that let light in to warm the soil in spring and protect plants from harsh weather and pests. Ours provide the same benefits, but are made from clear, long-lasting PVC with vents on top to prevent overheating on a sunny day. Set of six includes steel stakes to secure them to the ground.
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Just what I needed
By Northwest Gardener
from Seattle, WA
Comments about : Medium Garden Cloches, Set of 6:
Just what I needed to protect my seedlings from squirrels/birds and keep the soil a bit warmer as temperatures drop. I like the design and they were very easy to set up. I would purchase more of them in the future. I only have two small gripes. One is that the inside becomes foggy with condensation, obscuring my view of the plant. (But maybe this is a problem with any type of cloche?) To clear the view, I just tap the top of the cloche a view times and the condensation runs down the sides. My other gripe is that it's a little inconvenient to water plants when using these cloches, because you have to reinsert the stakes each time. A small annoyance, nothing major. Overall, this is a great product.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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They helped us through some early frosts - easy installation and they're so cute. Seem pretty durable, and the spinny top is handy, although I honestly don't know what it is supposed to do (be open? be closed? I opted closed and so far so good).
Better than nothing
By Rookie gardner
from Fort Lauderdale, FL
I bought this product to keep creatures from eating my vegetables and the hard south Florida rain off my young seedlings. I have a square foot garden and I wasn't able to find a size that covered my squares holding 9 or more seeds. The sizes are either too big or too small. Also, it will only cover a seedling up to a point. I
from Cleveland, OH
I covered cold hardy lettuce last winter in my zone 6 northeast Ohio garden with these and was picking lettuce until April! They stand up well to being covered in snow. I bought several more this year to expand my winter salad harvest.
from Syracuse NY
Very useful for winter plant cover
Wish I had bought more!
By Retired gardner
from Little Rock AR
Finally the rabbits can not eat my parsley!
Early start protection for veggie plants
from Seacoast NH
Great protection early in the growing season for veggie plants
Large/Medium Garden Cloches
By Mickey C.
from El Morro, NM
I covered a small raspberry plant with cloches in the early spring when the temps were in the 30s-sometimes all day. And now the plant is growing rapidly compare to another raspberry plant that didn't get a cover. Only down side the cloches turn yellow color.
Just What I Needed
from Superior, WI
This item kept the birds away so my sunflowers could get a good start.
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Sunflowers in a row
Great for new plants!
By Estes Patsy
from Estes Park, CO
Used for new flowers & veggies. Used in pots and flower and veggie gardens.
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