This is our most versatile garden fabric. It provides frost protection down to 28°F, allowing you to extend the growing season in both spring and fall.
This all-purpose garden fabric also helps prevent transplant shock in new plantings. In cool weather areas, it can be used as a summertime pest control. 70% light transmission.
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.Price and more details...
Review from Nature of New England:
We use this lightweight garden fabric to cover our seeds after planting. This keeps the birds from getting at them. It also seems to increase the germination rate and helps keep the soil moist. After the seeds germinate and have a chance to send down roots, we remove the fabric and save it for next year.
This row cover provides frost and cold protection down to 24 degrees F. The thick, 1.25 oz. fabric is ideal for season extending in the early spring and late fall, or for overwintering salad greens, strawberries and perennials.
60% light transmission; lasts for several years.Price and more details...
Review from Nature of New England:
We use this heavyweight garden fabric for protecting certain sensitive plants when frost is predicted. Last year we covered our sweet potatoes with this fabric, laying it directly over the vines, and it did a great job of protecting them until they were ready for harvest. (Yes, we're growing sweet potatoes in New England!)
Garden row covers protect transplants from cold temperatures and chilly winds, so you can set plants out in the garden weeks earlier in spring. You’ll be amazed at how much faster plants grow — which means an earlier harvest!
The top is made from mesh to allow warm air to escape, preventing overheating, and it also lets water in. Made from durable, reinforced greenhouse fabric.
Sets up in seconds; flattens for easy off-season storage. Loops at the base let you anchor it to the ground with Earth Staples, sold separately.Price and more details...
Super Hoops, Set of 6
Super Hoops Support Every Type of Garden Fabric and Shade Net
Back by popular demand, these support hoops are customer and staff favorites. Made from two heavy-gauge wires joined by cross braces, they're easier to install than single hoops (no flopping!) and they support fabric, bird net and shade net better, too.
They're ideally suited for 3' wide raised beds. They may also be used in 4' wide beds as well as in-ground beds; for these situations we recommend using 10" Extra-Tall Earth Staples to secure the hoops, especially in soft ground and windy areas.
Super Hoops are 58" L and provide 14" headroom in a 3' wide bed — plenty of height for new transplants and low-growing crops.
Hi-Rise Super Hoops include two sets of Super Hoops with 12 inline connectors. They’re 116" L and provide 43" headroom in a 3' bed, enough height for all but the tallest crops. Be sure to order the wider width row cover material for the Hi-Rise setup.
Adjustable Super Hoops, Set of 3
Unique Garden Fabric Support Hoops Grow with Your Plants
Self-staking hoops anchor securely into the ground. Thumb screw at the base allows you to set hoops at the height you need, and raise them as plants grow.
Double-wire design makes a sturdy support for protective fabric. We recommend placing the hoops about 2 feet apart and combining with our Garden Quilt, All-Purpose or Summer Weight fabrics.
Also works well with bird, insect, or shade netting. When installed in a 4' wide bed, the highest point ranges from 44" to 62".
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Super Hoop Bases, Set of 6
Innovative Base Reinforces Your Existing Super Hoops