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Buy Seedling cloche: This design is inspired by the Victorian style of cloches that elegantly graced so many kitchen gardens at the time. Produced from glass and brass, the durable cloche is suitable for leaving outdoors. Ideal for placing over seedling rows to get them off to good start.<br><br>Please note: handle with care and site away from areas where it may be knocked.<br><br>Measurements:<br>L92cm x W29cm x H32cm

This design is inspired by the Victorian style of cloches that elegantly graced so many kitchen gardens at the time. Produced from glass and brass, the durable cloche is suitable for leaving outdoors. Ideal for placing over seedling rows to get them off to good start.

Please note: handle with care and site away from areas where it may be knocked.

Measurements:
L92cm x W29cm x H32cm

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I would like to plant herbs through the winter can I use a cloche for this? Which one would be best - I only have a small garden so max length 1m

Herbie

Hi there, thanks for your question. No fully hardy herbs will need the protection of a cloche (i.e. none of these: https://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/herbs/plcid.23/vid.30/numitems.100/), but if you plan on growing smaller semi-hardy ones (https://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/herbs/plcid.23/vid.32/numitems.100/) they will certainly benefit - provided you remove the cloche to ventilate your plants during milder spells.

Kerry

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