Any outdoor space such as a balcony, patio or small garden can be turned into a real gem of a space. You don’t need lots of space to grow plants, vegetables, fruit herbs and even trees! What you do...
Fruit Tree Protection Net 2m
Wildlife friendly 1mm mesh in soft green with easy to use lift over design and sealable opening side. Protects fruit from cherry worm, aphids, fruit fly, wasps, birds and other pests without the need for chemical sprays, as well as frost, heavy rain and hail.
Use in early Spring to protect blossom and remove for pollination, and use in summer and autumn to protect fruits. Perfect for Cherry, peach, nectarine, apricot, apple and pear trees.
Product size- W2m x H2m
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I have used this on my tree fern as its now over 12 feet tall ,very easy to put over the plant,unlike the sock type.
Not heard of them being used on Tree Ferns - glad its proving useful!
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