Copper rimmed cloche - lichen green

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Buy Copper rimmed cloche - lichen green: <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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I would recommend this product to anyone with slugs, chicken

5

I have bought these copper-rimmed wire mesh clothes for my daughter on two occasions. She has chickens wandering freely in her garden & they are apt to dig up newly planted perennials, young vegetables and so on. She also try's to garden as organically as possible so the copper band is a good slug deterrent. We both liked the green best but although that means they are more camouflaged when in use they are an attractive addition to the garden.

Badger

Somerset

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I would buy this product again

4

The colour blends in well

Lesley

Twickenham

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Copper rimmed cloche

5

Not Only is it a useful item (keeps cats & hens off my nepeta's!) but also an attractive addition to the small gravel garden I am developing. If I had more money available, I would buy lots more!

old perennial

Norfolk

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Beautiful and traditional

5

Bought this cloche to protect some delicate plants - not only from slugs but from overenthusiastic window cleaners... Looks perfect on our traditional gravel garden, blends in with just about every plant there and looks as good as new eighteen months on.

Mog3110

Lancashire

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