Stunning Cloches for the Garden

Protect your precious seedlings using a garden cloche with both good looks and purpose.

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Iron Cage

Made of wood and iron, and finished in a neutral beige hue, this cloche gives off traditional vibes without being boring. Keep this open-cage beauty indoors. IMAX Bennett Open-Cage Cloche; sears.com

Rustic

Creative Co-Op makes these antiqued metal cloches with a sweet little bird on top. Try this 3-piece set for a more rustic vibe. Round Cloches, Set of 3; rakuten.com

Take Cover!

This stunning glass and iron cloche will be your garden’s statement piece. Find gorgeous cloches and containers with attitude at Kathy Kuo.

Brass and Glass

Put this cloche in your garden and not only is it easy to spot, but your little seedlings will be properly protected inside. It’s made of glue chip glass that’s been outlined in brass for extra strength. Mini Garden Cloche; etsy.com/shop/Nonnie62

Glass House

Available in 7.5” and 11” versions, World Market’s stunning glass cloches will give your garden a modern edge. Glass Cloche; worldmarket.com

Tunnel Vision

This tunnel cloche, made from a tough PVC material, is ideal for covering large plants or protecting multiple rows in your garden. Its sturdy frame is secured with ground pegs that won’t fail. Gardman Giant Tunnel Cloche; bedbathandbeyond.com

Green House

Ogrow’s Greenhouse Cloche is perfect for small-space gardeners without the space to accommodate a traditional greenhouse. Its strong powder coated steel frame and transparent PVC cover allow for easy access and ventilation. Greenhouse Cloche; homedepot.com

Bird Perch

IMAX’s cloches are made of 100% iron that gives them a durable build and a stunningly chic frame. Even the birds love them! Picheno Cloche Set; wayfair.com

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