Ashridge Tree Guards

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Type Tree Planting Kit

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  Buy 10 or more bareroot items and save

SIZES 1-9 10-4950-249250-9991000-24992500+
60 cm Plenty of Stock£1.20Plenty of Stock£1.02Plenty of Stock£0.90Plenty of Stock£0.84Plenty of Stock£0.78Plenty of Stock£0.72
120 cm Plenty of Stock£2.04Plenty of Stock£1.68Plenty of Stock£1.44Plenty of Stock£1.20Plenty of Stock£1.14Plenty of Stock£1.08
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Economy tree guards

These tree guards arrive flat-packed. They are in fact tubular and return to the correct shape when their strapping is cut. Our Economy tree guards are supplied with releasable cable ties (one for the 60 cm guard and two for the 120cm guard). They require a stake and are generally used when planting whips and lightly feathered bareroot stock. They are not suitable for use with standards or fruit trees where you will find our Heavy Duty Tree guards serve you better.

Please note that these tree guards are most effective when the guard is pushed at least 1" (2.5cms) into the soil. A little more is better. This helps prevents voles and mice from chewing the bark at ground level. Charming though they are, they can be a complete menace with young hedge plants and trees.


Bareroot planting is best done between October and April
Bareroot and potted - what's the difference?

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