Set of 3 mini glass cloches

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Buy Set of 3 mini glass cloches: <ul><b><li>Ideal for newly planted seedlings</li><li>Boosts early spring growth</li><li>Plenty of headroom to help plants establish</li></b></ul><br>These hand-blown cloches are sized to sit neatly over individual seedlings that have been potted on or planted out.<br><br>The clean, unfussy design includes plenty of height so young plants can get well established at the start of the season.<br><br>They also offer useful cover for the fresh spring shoots of dahlia plants, protecting them from cold snaps or being devoured by pesky slugs and snails.<br><br>Made from clear hand-blown glass for maximum light, they’re also heavy enough not to be dislodged in strong winds. A great gift for dahlia enthusiasts and all keen gardeners.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Ø12.5cm x H20.5cm

  • Ideal for newly planted seedlings
  • Boosts early spring growth
  • Plenty of headroom to help plants establish

These hand-blown cloches are sized to sit neatly over individual seedlings that have been potted on or planted out.

The clean, unfussy design includes plenty of height so young plants can get well established at the start of the season.

They also offer useful cover for the fresh spring shoots of dahlia plants, protecting them from cold snaps or being devoured by pesky slugs and snails.

Made from clear hand-blown glass for maximum light, they’re also heavy enough not to be dislodged in strong winds. A great gift for dahlia enthusiasts and all keen gardeners.

Measurements:
Ø12.5cm x H20.5cm

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