Enjoy gardening in a large raised garden while being reassured your growing harvest is well-protected from deer, bunnies and other animals. Generous in size and easy to access, this raised bed with included fence deters pesky critters. At 67 inches in total height, the mesh fencing will help your plants by acting as a trellis and an animal fence. Easy to assemble, with two size options.
Stop deer from browsing your garden beds and borders with the pungent odor of citrus! Deer No No comes in convenient pouches to hang from the branches of trees and bushes. They work in any weather and protect your valuable plantings for at least a year.
This natural deer repellent spray mimics the scents associated with predators, keeping deer far away from your garden. It's been tested effective for up to 6 months, and there's no need to reapply after rain. Harmless to plants; in fact, it breaks down into an organic fertilizer.
These tough, polypropylene mesh deer fences can be attached to posts or stakes to create a quick, temporary deer fence. At the end of the season, you can just roll them back up again. UV-stabilized to last for years.
Cover your entire row of seedlings at once by adding more sections to your Extra Large Expandable Chicken Wire Row Cloche. Sturdy enough to protect against nibbling wildlife, yet light enough for easy handling when you need to tend or harvest.
Our best-selling chicken wire cloche protects seedlings, lettuce, and ripening strawberries from nibbling wildlife and curious cats. Once plants start to outgrow it, simply hook on the extension ring to widen the base and give them more headroom.
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.
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