Ah, the heartbreak of fall’s first cold spell. You scramble to grab the last peppers before the tender plants freeze. Then you resign yourself to months of bland supermarket produce. Now, with our ingenious pop-up covers you can protect plants before they’re damaged. You’ll continue harvesting fruit long after that cold spell has killed your neighbors’ unprotected plants.
Fiberglass poles provide extra support for the reinforced polyethylene cover. Tie down loops at the bottom allow you to secure it to the ground; we recommend Earth Staples, sold separately. Zippered top allows water in and excess heat to escape. Collapses for easy storage.
(based on 4 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Reviewed by 4 customers
Displaying reviews 1-4
Back to top
This is my second order. Love them
from Oklahoma City
Last year I tried a few of these - one over tomatoes in pot and one over sugar snap peas in pot. Worked so well I ordered 2 more so I could add more pots of sugar snap peas. Kept bugs as well as squirrels out I live in Oklahoma so winds can be 40 mph at times. I put covers over 16" pots and anchored them to ground with fabric anchors. That did the trick. Can't wait for sugar snap peas.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Was this review helpful? Yes / No
- You may also flag this review
By Linda H.
from Washington State
These covers are a must; anyway in Washington State. I can plant my tomatoes early and not worry about an unexpected cold snap. The plants double in size in a matter of weeks. Also, great protection from little critters; like squirrels and little feathered birds.
A good frame and protection from wind
By Mountain Gardener
from Las Cruces, NM
I experience heavy winds regularly (45-55 mph) so I added sturdier stakes. By the end of the season the sun and wind took a toll on the fabric and zipper. I plan to replace the fabric with shade fabric.It is a good product I just live in a very harsh area.
I bought 2 of this item will buy more for the Spring!
By No nick name
from Albuquerque, NM
Just in time for the weather changing. Had some late tomatoes on the vine, They were protected for a few more days.
Gardening Success Guaranteed
Garden Lab Designed & Tested
Support a Community that Cares
Expert Garden Advice