Protect Plants From Wind, Rains and Frost in the Garden

Protect plants from wind, rains and frost in the garden in early spring using walls and fences, living curtains, diverting run-off, raised beds, terracing, mulch, cover cropping and bed protectors.



Garden beds protecting plants
Raised beds incorporate elements of both landscaping and gardening and are favored by MOTHER'S staff.
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Figure 1: Solid barrier turbulence.
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Figure 3: A Garden moat.
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Figure 4: A drainage trench and sump.
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Figure 6: A Spunbond bed cover.
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Figure 2: A Shelterbelt.
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Figure 5: A PVC tunnel cloche.
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