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Haxnicks Victorian Bell Cloche 34cm Pack of 3

Haxnicks Victorian Bell Cloche - 34cm - Pack of 3

by Haxnicks

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Haxnicks Original Victorian Bell Cloches are ideal for warming soil, planting out and encouraging stable, healthy growth of seedlings and tender plants.

Made from clear, rigid plastic with an adjustable vent on the top for easy ventilation and humidity control.

Ideal for over-wintering of herbaceous border plants and semi-hardy perennials, growing winter lettuces, encouraging early crops of fruit, vegetables and salads and establishing kitchen herb gardens. Cloches conserve warmth and direct rainwater and moisture into the surrounding soil.

Dimensions: W34 x D34 x H26cm
Interior Base Diameter: 29cm

Contains: 3 Cloches.

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(5/5)
VICTORIAN BELL.
Ann
I was very pleased with my purchase and would like to thank you for your prompt delivery. Much appreciated.
(5/5)
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Baywell Cottage
Great value and excellent service.
(5/5)
Perfect for protection
I found an added bonus was these cloches prevented bunny damage!
(5/5)
Very useful
JULES
Have a few of these and in different sizes, I use them in early spring to protect any young plants I have outside, they are brilliant.
(5/5)
Excellent product
Byz
Very pleased with these cloches; was going to order some more but quite by accident I discovered Homebase do them which saved me the postage.
(5/5)
great value
(3.5/5)
Not very sturdy
Pkwreeves
Unfortunately the cloche were packed in a box with the garden cushions we had bought and were crushed so they started off life very crumpled with the vents mishappen. You do need pegs ( tent pegs or similar) to keep them from blowing away in the wind. But they are doing their job, protecting my seedlings.
(3/5)
Does the job so far
Loobyloo
A little flimsy, but so far so good. Bought to protect slightly tender plants over the winter. As we haven't had a HARD frost yet... I'm NOT sure how good they will be at doing what I want them to do. Fingers Crossed.