What are the best Tree Covers?
Tree covers for winter and freeze protection can save your trees. It takes very little time and effort to provide them cover (and at a low cost too).
Top Rated Tree Covers
Use tree wrap on trunks of newly planted and thin-barked trees such as linden, ash, and maple. We used plastic tubes on our trees, but you can try a thick, brown paper. Start wrapping the tree from the bottom.
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Overlap the tree wrap 1/3 with each turn around the tree, advises Kansas State University. Continue wrapping until reaching the lower tree branches. Cut the unused tree wrap from the roll with a pair of sharp scissors. Secure the tree wrapping with one or two thumb tacks at the top under the lower tree branches.