Bird netting, row covers, crop cages and even a fake owl will prevent birds like waxwings and crows from ruining your vegetable garden and berry bushes.
This flexible polyethylene netting is much easier to handle than stiff plastic netting. Drape it directly over berry bushes, fruit trees and vegetable rows, or suspend it with posts, sold separately. Large ¾" mesh lets pollinators in, keeps marauding birds out. Allows good air circulation — important for healthy growth and ripening fruit. Lasts season after season.
Instead of laying protective netting on top of plants, suspend it over them using these sturdy stakes. At 6' high, they're tall enough to protect large plants like blueberries. Use them in raised beds or in-ground gardens. The stakes come in three sections that fit together without tools. Secure the netting at the bottom with Earth Staples, sold separately. Netting sold separately.
In the garden, this chicken wire cloche protects prized seedlings, lettuce plants and ripening strawberries from nibbling wildlife and curious cats. Indoors, place it over an arrangement of houseplants, candles or curios to transform them from ordinary to delightful. May also be used as a trellis for small ivies and other vining houseplants.
Wind spinners and whirligigs have been popular accents in North American gardens for centuries. Created from polished stainless steel which won't tarnish or rust, this hypnotic gyroscope spinner is guaranteed to delight, and maybe even scare away a few hungry birds from your veggie garden in the process! Its mirror-like surfaces catch the sun, and the interior helix is set into motion by the slightest breeze.
Gently spinning layers of golden leaves make this spinner a year-round delight. A unique sculpture at rest, it brings mesmerizing motion when it turns in the breeze. Standing over 6' high, it will soar over most garden plants. The copper-colored metal has a golden finish that catches the sunlight. Color and finish may vary slightly.
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