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cloche

a bell-shaped cover used to protect young plants
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It even got a new name, Cloche House, after the former pub, The Bell, and is now available for pounds 975,000.
Cloches, either traditional glass ones, or the much cheaper mini-plastic tunnels made from wire hoops with a plastic skin stretched over them, will go a long way to drying out the soil and warming it.
Winter plant protection is no less important now than it was when gardeners in the Middle Ages built protective walls, these leading to the development of a wide range of protective devices of which the most significant were cloches and garden frames.
In March, when you sow, replace the cloches to keep the seeds and seedlings snug and if you are using polythene then it is not difficult to construct a simple frame rather like a low ridge tent.
Sow seeds in late May or early June, covering the seedlings with cloches for a few weeks, and if you treat them right you should be picking cucumbers by August.
BIT OF EFFORT-COVER vegetable plots with cloches to warm the soil ready for sowing early
La Cloche Wealth Management (LCWM), part of the La Cloche Group, has established its position as a regional player with the granting of a DFSA license.
The simplest way is to use plastic bottles, each half making a cloche for an individual lettuce.
Le Journal des Jesuites nous informe qu'en 1645, a Notre-Dame de Quebec, << fut mise a la paroisse une plus grosse cloche que la petite qui y estoit >>.
Arranged together on a tray with a glass cloche, even humble twigs and stones become art.
Vale was a major sponsor of photographer Jon Butler's exhibit La Cloche Spirit: The Equivalent Light, a series " of 26 photographs taken amongst the La Cloche Mountains, which include Willisville Mountain and are located between Manitoulin Island and Espanola on the north shore of Lake Huron.
There is still time to plant garlic and sow broad beans, but you'll have to cloche the beans if you want them to germinate now.