Victorian nickel lantern cloche

small £42.99
in stock - arrives before Christmas
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Buy Victorian nickel lantern cloche: The Victorians knew how to make things well. As we couldn't find enough of the cloches that inspired this design, we made it ourselves.<br><br>Heavy, durable and built to last, it's ideal for protecting smaller, younger plants as well as getting seedlings off to an early start. <br><br>Made from nickel patinated brass and glass.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Small - Ø31cm x H31cm<br>

The Victorians knew how to make things well. As we couldn't find enough of the cloches that inspired this design, we made it ourselves.

Heavy, durable and built to last, it's ideal for protecting smaller, younger plants as well as getting seedlings off to an early start.

Made from nickel patinated brass and glass.

Measurements:
Small - Ø31cm x H31cm

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will the nickel and brass discolour with time ? i.e. go green etc due to weather?

gardengirl

Hello, We cannot guarantee it won't discolour over time, but it is unlikely as nickel usually holds its colour well.

Helen

I'm new to gardening - are there any particular shrubs that would really benefit from being protected by a cloche during the colder months?

New to gardening

Hello, These are useful for protecting anything that is not fully hardy, so things like Prostantera http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/prostanthera-cuneata/classid.4294/ or Gardenia (the younger ones) http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/gardenia-jasminoides-kleims-hardy/classid.2000013083/ It is also very useful for getting seedlings off to an early start or helping them through the winter.

Helen

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