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cloche

a bell-shaped cover used to protect young plants
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Make a cloche out of an empty plastic bottle Lift and divide hostas before they come into leaf and start chitting potatoes Make sure to chop your summer flowering shrubs, like fuchsias
I had a couple of similar "covers" a few years ago and as well as bringing the seedlings on a treat, I was also able to pick early lettuce and spinach - which reminds me, the cloches also provide protection from those pesky rabbits which are back!
If using a cloche, keep it open on very warm days so the tomatoes do not suffer from water stress.
I've found similar garden cloches useful, but, for some reason, products like this aren't easy to find, so I'm glad to see this new, U.S.-made design come to market.
Use cloches to protect |alpine plants from damage by winter cold and rain.
L'Eglise est celle qui nous vient premierement a l'idee, en raison de sa tres grande place dans la societe et de l'instrument sonore considerable dont elle dispose, la cloche. Des que les conditions materielles et techniques l'ont permis, des cloches ont ete installees dans les eglises et chapelles des etablissements francais.
intitule Les cloches d'eglise: des objets signifiants, le deuxieme chapitre poursuit sa quete de patrimoine immateriel campanaire par le biais d'anecdotes qui tiennent autant de l'histoire quebecoise que de la legends.
Glass, plastic or polythene cloches all work well and can be re-used.
4), the evocation of sounds by Franz Liszt (Cloches du soir) and the innovative concepts of harmony and timbre developed by Edvard Grieg (Klokkenklang).