Surround gardens with this super-tough polyethylene fencing to protect plants from hungry rabbits and other animal pests. A welcome alternative to metal fencing, it's just as effective yet much easier to handle — and it won't corrode or rust. You'll find dozens of other uses for it, too, including tree guards, trellising, and leaf barriers for gutters. 1/2" mesh. 25' roll will enclose a 4' x 8' bed.
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.
These CritterGuard cedar fence panels are perfect for any 4' x 4' cedar raised garden bed. Installation is so easy: simply push the fence stakes into the soil between each corner post and you're done! Each panel is 45" long by 23-1/2" tall overall. Stakes push into the soil leaving approximately 16" of fence above the soil.
Soft polyethylene mesh and sturdy plastic poles provide a barrier around vulnerable plants. The 1/2" polyethylene mesh is lightweight and durable. The solid plastic fence poles have pointed ends so they're easy to push into the ground. Simply attach the mesh to the poles using the included easy-on, easy-off clips. Set includes 131 feet of 42" high fencing, 16 poles and 48 clips.
Ideal for summertime pest control, this garden cover effectively screens out Japanese beetles, potato beetles, cabbage worms, leaf miners, carrot flies and most vine borers. It transmits 85% of the light to your plants without allowing heat build-up, and it provides frost protection down to 28° F.
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.
Popular in the Victorian era, glass bell cloches were used 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 three includes steel stakes to secure them to the ground.
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