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Twist-up Tomato Cloche
This handy, generously sized twist-up cloche is ideal for growing tomatoes and other tall plants. It will provide a cosy, moist growing environment and help to protect against blight, slugs and harsh weather. It folds down flat for easy storage, but can be instantly popped up and put out when needed.
Comes with ground pegs so that it stays where you want it.
Fits over the Tomato (climbing) Patio planter.
Helpful haxnicks hint: using cloches enables earlier planting
Product size- D50cm x H1.1m
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Other uses of the tomato cloche!
I used these for tomatoes in summer (grown in pots) the main problem was watering them,—it involved lifting the edges and trying to avoid them falling over. I got over this by making a hole in the centre of the top round surface which allowed the water collected to be drained into the pot from the dislike surface. The cloches are also used for the protection of newly planted small trees from frost and wind, I use three Verve 150 cm. metal stakes (with balls on the end ) inside. There is a need for far more earth pegs than those normally supplied. The double ones recently supplied are a more effective type of peg for holding it down. On earth —grass sods can be used.
Thanks for the feedback. I will pass it to the product designer for him to consider.
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