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Chaselink Garden Cold Frame Cloche
Product Code: DD5196D
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DescriptionThis Chaselink Cloche/Coldframe allows you to start your seedlings earlier or harden off plants moved on from your greenhouse, as well as growing your own tasty fruit, vegetables or flowers in a protected space safe from birds and rabbits. It has framing manufactured from coated steel tubing with steel joints, and is very wide, with easy access from both sides. The net panel on top and zip net sides provide excellent ventilation making this cloche/coldframe perfect for vegetables, salads and strawberries. Best of all, this is easy to assemble with no tool required, the UV stabilised reinforced cover is secured to the ground with 12 long ground pegs(included).
Size 1.8m x 1.4m x 0.8m high
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Great Product posted on 29/05/2013 by Mrs B2
Arrived promptly, easy to erect, larger than expected (my fault for not measuring correctly!)Sturdy with lots of options for ventilation, full sun and shade. Good fitting cover and plenty of steel ground pegs to secure. Have filled with strawberry plants. Thanks Greenfingers for a great product not seen anywhere else on internet or in local garden centres.
Looks promising posted on 26/11/2010 by S Goodwin
Arrived promptly. Easy to put together. Held firm in gales (56mph)with good pegs provided and addition of bricks round provided apron. Very roomy.
Great piece of kit posted on 04/11/2009 by Ron M
This turned out to be better value than expected, it was easy to assemble and provides masses of space with easy access. The best £60 I have spent in the garden for years.
Excellent value for money posted on 23/11/2011 by
I can see how useful this could turn out to be for growing vegetables etc. However, I don't think the small paraffin heater that I have purchased will provide enough warmth for keeping my pelargoniums or other tender plants during the winter months. It will prove more useful though in early/late spring.