– Winter plant protection; ideal for extending the tomato growing season
– Helps prevent damage from frost, salt, wind, rain and cold weather
– suitable for shrubs, shrubs and potted plants
– easy to use; reusable plant protection
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1 pcs anti-freeze cloth
- ▼Material – Solid materials can be reused in different seasons. This cover is made of 60D non-woven fabric and is long enough to be used. It provides the best protection for your plants from frost and wind in the autumn and winter seasons. When the summer arrives, the lid can be reused to prevent strong sunlight.
- ▲Lightweight – Plant covers are light enough to be placed on top of plants without damaging them. They allow light and water to reach the plant while providing protection against frost, insects and wind.
- ▼Main Features – Suitable for warm soils and protecting seedlings as well as wrapping palm trees, shrubs and fruit trees. The floating cover protects your crop from frost and even severe freezing. Use them to extend your growing season. Our floating cover is the ideal solution for maintaining warmth and humidity, allowing for faster germination, earlier harvest, higher yield and reduced frost damage. They allow water, air and sunlight to pass through and are light in weight.
- ▲Reusable Durable Material – This fabric is durable and long-term, and can be reused year after year. Additional UV protection provides optimal protection for outdoor plants and ensures good plant growth.
- ★Versatile – Protect your vegetables with a variety of applications such as tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, strawberry ribs, fruit trees, citrus and shrubs, flowers and newly sowed grasses