Large Corrugated Cloches

Please can anyone tell me where i can get some of the big corrugated cloches used in the veg garden. I cannot find them anywhere? Do we know a supplier or website please??

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  • lazy gardenerlazy gardener Posts: 317

    Here ??

    http://www.harrodhorticultural.com/longrow-super-cloche-pid7556.html

    Not cheap-other cloches are availableimage

  • alicad1965alicad1965 Posts: 3

    Is it me? I did see those, and Thank you for taking the time to answer, but the ones Monty uses seem much heavier and have no "vent" on the ends that i can see. I live in a very windy part of Wales so any "items" I use need to be weighty. I have to say the ones you pointed out look good but to flimsy for my garden. I have a feeling i will be trying to make them myself with roof sheet at this rate LOL

  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Central Norfolk UKPosts: 43,594
    No-one knows if you've done your housework, but everyone knows if you've done your gardening !
  • alicad1965alicad1965 Posts: 3

    Yep Thats brilliant  I can do that!! Thank you Dovefromabove  I was almost there with the idea and thats the way forward i think  i will add wood to the long edges for weight. Thanks for the help and ideas everyone! image

  • SwissSueSwissSue Posts: 1,447

    Thanks Dove, that's given me an idea too.image

  • WelshonionWelshonion Posts: 3,115

    Rather odd suggestion to drill holes in the sheets in the link.  Why?  Many years ago there was a diagram in a RHS manual of a former for making wire hoops to hold the sheets down.  No drilling, no fixing long lengths of wood to the sheets. 

    I am using still using wire supports which came with plastic tunnels I obtained from Lakeland (then Lakeland Plastics) about 30 years ago. 

    I just use an old roofing slate on the ends.

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