Improvements 3' Pop-Up Bird Net with Zippered Doors
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Overview & Details
Keep critters out and your precious crops in. No better barrier against the elements exists than a sturdy pop-up net with zipper door access on two sides. When not needed, the garden enclosure collapses easily to fit in the storage bag.
- Provides coverage on the top as well as the sides to deter birds, deer, rabbits and other critters from raiding your garden
- Zippered door for easy in and out
I was so amazed at the ease of this product. I looked at it and thought what is this. We took it outside and flipped it open. Love it. Love the ease of the doors. Easy to put in place.joanhetrick, LAWas this review helpful? 6 out of 6 found this review helpful
We bought this to put butterfly host plants in to keep the wasps from killing them-wonderful!!He made a stand to raise it 3' so we didn't have to bend to tend the plants, caterpillars or hatched butterflies. I added a mesh sunscreen over it as the wasps figured out they could kill the catties by stinging them through the single layer of mesh, but not through 2. We have raised approximately 200 assorted butterflies so far, with new crops of Black Swallowtails, Monarchs and Fritillaries along with Giant Swallowtails and Polydamas in pupal state.This item has been a blessing, and the gal where we buy butterfly host plants is going to get 1 or more for her winged charges (she's raising them in her house & they need to be outside).6furriesnkoifish, FLWas this review helpful? 13 out of 13 found this review helpful
Keeps the gardener out, too.
I like the sturdiness of this item, but there are some structural issues: 1) The part that keeps the net upright in the center has a bar through the bottom. So it would have to be covered with dirt at the base, or you'd need to avoid planting anything in the middle of your raised bed because the bard would cut through there. 2) The zippered openings are only on the short sides. Who weeds and plants things from the short side of a raised bed??? So my recommendation, if you choose to use this, is to plant everything before you set up the net and avoid planting anything in the center of the garden bed. Then forgo the idea of weeding anything in the center of the bed while things grow, too.AliasMae, FLWas this review helpful? 2 out of 3 found this review helpful
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