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This closed-cell foam blanket creates a protective "micro-climate" that insulates your plants from sun-scald, wind burn, and extreme cold. Each protector will enclose a plant up to 3' wide, and you can tie two of them together to wrap a larger plant.
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Larger than Expected
By F., avid gardener
from new york, new york
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about ZoneUp:
I returned it immediately because it was larger than expected. It would be awkward to place it around a bush without help from another person.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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does exactly what it says it does, and the items hold up year after year
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Wonderful easy product
By Big Red
from Freeport, IL
Sooooo easy to use for protection against deer damage. Wonderful product----Keep them in the catalog.
Does just what it says!
from Houston, Texas
I use them to protect my citrus and avocado plants on my patio from freezing during the winter months.And I recommended them to the postman who delivered the order. I already used them but I have added some more plants. It took me a while to find them on the web site, though.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
This product is Fantastic!!!
from Santa Fe, NM
I use this product to insulate and protect my Fig trees in the Spring and Fall. At a 7200 foot elevation, our nights are cold, but days are warm. This product is easy to put on at night and remove during the day allowing my Fig trees to stay warm at night and enjoy the sunshine during the day. In the winter, I insulte my trees with water heater blankets and then use the Zone Up insulated cover over them to provide a water proof layer. I would reccomend these to everyone!
Really Great above ground pots protector
By Cake n Cookie Capers
from New York City
I have a very small garden with small fruit trees in large pots. Each winter I put these around the trees with leaves and they work great to keep the tree roots protected and it also starts the trees blooming earlier also.
from Hallsville, MO
Will be able to tell more next spring, after using product to protect a small tree. If it works, I would definitely recommend it.
This is my second ZoneUp purchased.
from Middletown, NY
I use the ZoneUp to cover my lacecap hydranga which will not bloom without winter protection. The ZoneUp is so much easier than wrapping it in burlap. I use garden staples to hold it down.
By Garden Gal
from Lehi, UT
About Me Master Gardener
I was so excited to find an item like this! I am using it to protect my rose tree this winter.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Product needs to be redesigned
By Gardening Deep in the Heart of Texas
from Liberty Hill, TX
About Me Bargain Hunter, Practical
I used the Zone Up to cover up a Bottle Brush plant that freezes in the winter. I am in zone 8B. The previous years I had been covering this plant with several blankets; each year when I took off the coverings the plant was brown and dormant. In the spring it would sent up new shoots. I decided to try the Zone Up which to me wasn't cheap, but certainly sounded like it would give this plant a head start the next spring when I uncovered it. My findings: It took 2 zone up bags to attach together for the extra height. I thought the clamps for keeping the bags closed would be attached to one side of the bag and made out of a metal like a flip clamp then you would just have to pull the other side of the gromet through the clamp and close it. That was not the case, the clamp was plastic ties like used on lawn sacks, & the gromets started coming loose from the insulated material before we even got a chance to clamp it together, leaving raveled edges of the edging exposed. I kept the plant covered all winter; when I removed the Zone Up in spring the plant looked like it had a light green color to it, but to my dismay it soon turned brown after being exposed and that part died but it did send up new shoots from the ground. Conclusion: I did just as well using blankets and tying it with rope. Also, the Zone up needs to be staked in the ground some way to keep it from blowing off when the wind picks up.
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