Container Cover

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Container Cover
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Product Overview

Container Plant Cover is designed for container gardens. Simply drape the cover over your plant and use the double-pull drawstrings with cord locks to secure the cover in place. It’s that quick and easy! 

Use early season to transition plants from the greenhouse to your containers and get a strong start. Use mid-season to protect from wind, storms and as an organic solution to avoid harmful pests. Use late season to extend the growing season and enjoyment of your container garden.

Frost Protek® covers insulate plants from light frost and cool weather. The cover protects plants 4°F to 6°F below freezing (to about 26°F or -3°C). Lightweight and breathable fabric allows air and UV light to reach plants. Cover may be left on plants during cold spells. 


  • bell shape designed for container pots
  • height 3½ feet   [1 meter]
  • drawstring opening 4½ feet wide (9 feet circumference)  [1.4 meters wide (2.7 meters circumference)]
  • double-pull drawstring with cord locks
  • 100% non-woven polypropylene fabric
  • washable in cold water
  • air dries quickly; do not put in dryer
  • use season after season
  • protects to about 26 degrees Fahrenheit
  • sage green color

Ideal For

  • container pots
  • grouping of container pots
  • window boxes
  • small shrubs

Store covers after the growing season

Once annuals die due to a hard freeze or perennials lose their foliage and enter dormancy, remove your covers and store them until the next growing season. Store covers away from the sun or other direct UV light to prolong the life of the fabric.


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  • 4
    Frost Plant Cover

    Posted by Bill on 9th May 2020

    Works as expected, lasted one winter, UV and weather causes it to fray by springtime. It did protect smallOlive trees, Bay Leaf and Rosemary here in coastal NJ.

  • 4

    Posted by Melvin Taylor on 11th Feb 2017

    after about 3 years my cover got dry and easy to tear. I chose the brown one but maybe the white one is better.