We have developed a variety of plant covers for cold weather -- regardless of the season. For winter, we have a few options to protect your shrubs. But sometimes that cold weather hits right after you've planted your garden in the spring. You may also be looking to extend the growing season for your veggies into the fall. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to our team of gardeners who staff the phones here in Vermont. We're happy to help you select the products that will work best for your site, climate, and planting plans.
Keep harmful road salts off evergreens, keep potted plants frost-free, help deflect heavy snow loads from tender branches — the uses are many! This round cover is particularly good for bushy azaleas and rhododendrons. Grommeted edges can be secured to the ground with Earth Staples (sold separately) for extra security. It's breathable and water permeable, but you'll want to make sure you get it off your plants once they're out of dormancy.
This heavy-duty, 7-ounce burlap will protect your valuable landscape plantings from harsh winter weather. It allows your plants to breathe freely and shields them from winter wind and sun, heavy snow, ice and salt damage.
You wouldn't step outside without a coat in winter, and neither should your containers! Decorative and functional, these 100% wool felted wraps cozy up an entryway while protecting roots from frost damage. So much prettier than burlap, the wool’s insulating properties help pots manage fluctuations in temperature. Can be cut to size. Coordinating chunky ties sold separately.
Keep your GardenWool® blankets and wraps tied securely around your potted plants and shrubs with this chunky 100% wool cord. Can be cut to length.
Give your potted plants a cozy wrap and add some front-door flair at the same time. The thick felted wool retains heat, while the rich colors lend a little festivity to your winter garden. Can be cut to size. Coordinating chunky wool ties sold separately.
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.
Glass bell cloches were used in the Victorian era 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 six includes steel stakes to secure them to the ground.
Made from tough UV-stabilized polyethylene, this protection tunnel comes pre-assembled and sets up in a snap. Two large zippered doors provide ventilation and easy access to your plants. Shading material is sewn directly into the dome, and an overlay provides pest protection too. Includes stainless steel anchors.
With these protective cones, you can plant tomatoes outdoors up to 6 weeks earlier, and be harvesting by early July! The water-filled teepees regulate temperature, soaking up heat during the day and releasing it at night. Without the stress of weather extremes, plants can put their energy into producing fruit.
Cloche style greenhouse cover to protect seedlings from fluctuating temperatures designed for the Urban Balcony Elevated Planter Box.
Standing more than 5' tall, this greenhouse protects loads of seedlings and houseplants from chills and wind. There are four shelves, each with adjustable slats. Spread the slats evenly across the shelf, or slide them all to one side to accommodate taller plants on the shelf below. Polyethylene cover with zippered roll-up door for easy access and ventilation on warm days.
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