Copper rimmed cloche - bronze

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Buy Copper rimmed cloche - bronze: <b><ul><li>Shortlisted for RHS Product of the Year</li></ul></b>Decorative as well as functional, these wirework cloches can be used to keep deer, rabbits, squirrels and birds away from your precious plants. Their base has been encircled with a rim of copper, which will also help protect plants from slugs and snails.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Ø41cm (base) x H40cm (including ring handle)

  • Shortlisted for RHS Product of the Year
Decorative as well as functional, these wirework cloches can be used to keep deer, rabbits, squirrels and birds away from your precious plants. Their base has been encircled with a rim of copper, which will also help protect plants from slugs and snails.

Measurements:
Ø41cm (base) x H40cm (including ring handle)

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5

This is great to keep away most slugs and snails. The copper is weather proof (have had the cloche in sun, rain, snow). It is especially great if you have small kids as they don't trample on the fragile plants.

Mong Bean

Munich, Germany

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Beautiful quality

5

Elegant looking product

Charlotte

Sheffield

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Better than expected

5

This was bought as a gift and was bigger and more attractive than expected. Good quality too.

Brenda

Midlands

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Attractive and practical

5

Perfect birthday gift for a keen gardener

Hamsky

Teddington

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THESE REALLY WORK! Delphiniums 6 Slugs 0!!

5

Have used during the winter to protect bulbs from being dug up by our cats and now for protecting delphiniums from SLUGS and SNAILS. Brilliant!! Wish you did bigger ones as delphiniums are growing out of them!!

SD

Exmoor

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useful and attractive

5

I like the look of this .lt is also sturdy and well made .l think it is worth the money

fs

Worcestershire

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I would recommend this cloche

5

I use them on patio planters to keep squirrels from digging up the bulbs - very effective and good to look at.

Carole

Edinburgh

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Pretty, effective but pricy.

4

I bought these pretty wire cloches to save young plants from deer and pigeons. Not sure how effective the copper band is at deterring slugs, and if there are snail and slug eggs already in the ground, it might trap them inside! However, they are easy to move around the garden to plants that need protection but heavy enough not to get blown away. I even use them to secure fleece covers on tender plants during frosty nights. But they are pricy, so I waited until the sale and bought three at a discount. I could do with more, hint hint!

Dynomum

Norfolk

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Hope to buy more of these in 2016

5

Not only are the copper rimmed cloches very attractive, but I have 6 and would easily double that. They are inconspicuous dotted around fruit plants, young vegetables and newly planted small special specimens. I move them about depending on need. The copper rings saved trilliums and hepaticas from slug damage and when some choice French strawberries fruited they ripened safe from birds. They are heavy enough not to require pegging.

Sparrowhawk

Lancashire

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