Pop-Up Grow Cloches

The Pop-Up Grow Cloches deal with all weather changes in the garden and will provide instant protection against unexpected frosts, wind, birds and garden pests...More information

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Delivery: £4.95 P&P
Price: £10.95
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Deal with sudden changes in the weather with the very handy garden Pop-Up Grow Cloche - the instant remedy to unexpected frosts, wind, birds and pest attacks in the garden!

Simply pop open the heavy duty polyethylene cloche and cover individual plants, trays of seedlings, pot plants and new transplants or use to warm the soil prior to planting and bring on your plants early or late in the season – we’re sure plenty of other potential uses for this 'quick cloche' will pop into your head!

The grow cloche is available in three sizes, features ventilation holes to prevent excess humidity and allow essential air flow and comes complete with four ground anchoring pegs - needless to say, this cloche is about as portable as it gets!
  • Pop-Up Grow Cloches available in 3 sizes
  • Medium measures 48cm x 48cm x 57cm H
  • Jumbo 80cm x 80cm x 77cm H
  • Super Jumbo with the 95cm x 95cm x 70cm H version
  • The medium cloche supplied in packs of 2
  • Jumbo and Super Jumbo are sold as singles
  • Pops up in an instant
  • Simple to fold away and store
  • Ideal for protecting single plants or shrubs
  • Use to cover pot plants
  • Offers protection from weather and pests
  • Suitable for covering seed trays
  • Excellent for warming soil prior to planting
  • Comes with 4 ground anchoring pegs
  • Features ventilation holes
  • Cover plants in seconds
  • Much easier than wrestling with fleece or polythene

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Number of reviews: 4
Not the result we wanted By Anonymous 3 14th April 2013

Following use of the product fungus formed on the surface of the ground. It may be that the weather had not warmed up yet, or that insufficient light penetrated the woven fabric. We shall try again now the sun has arrived. (We live in the south east midlands)

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product excellent, customer service poor By Claire Duncan 5 26th March 2013

The product was very good however I had a number of problems with the ordering, firstly an additional ?10 appeared on my order only on the very last page with no explanation. It turned out that certain areas of the Scottish mainland is subject to additional postal charges!. ( this information is available but only if you open additional windows) Customer service failed to return my e mail and I had to follow up the enquiry by phone.

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Many thanks for your feedback which we greatly appreciate as we continue to improve both the products we supply and the service we give. We have now made it clearer online that for delivery to some parts of Scotland, Scottish Isles, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Scilly Isles, Channel Islands and Northern Ireland, the delivery charge will default to ?14.95. Sincere apologies for not providing the level of customer service we would have liked with your email response and your comments have been forwarded to our Customer Service Manager.

They are in the bag By George Poole 5 13th December 2012

Very good item and it is doing the job of protecting my small re-growing Yuka plants

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Our horticulturalist Martin Fiddes says; "A cloche really opens up your early and late season growing options and with the protection given to plants by these pop up versions, you can start sowing and growing as soon as light levels allow.
These cloches can be used to warm the soil prior to planting as well and once your plants are established, you'll really appreciate the space they don't take up in your potting shed and just how quickly they 'spring' into action.
The pop-up cloches are also ideal for protecting individual plants and shrubs from damaging late spring frosts - just keep a close eye on the weather forecast!"