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March 12, 2017

The Tree T Pee In The Garden

Several years while watching Shark Tank, a gentleman came on there talking about his Tree T Pee which helps trees keep from dying when frost hits.

I thought it looked like a good product and decided to get a few of these for my vegetable garden and try them out.

Here are the advantages in my vegetable garden:

1. They did keep the frost off of my plants when we got hit with a rare and severe frost unexpectedly here in San Antonio.

2. They did keep our three crazy dogs off of my plants.

3. When we got hit with a hail storm in April of that year and had golf ball sized hailstones, the parts of the plants that were protected by the T-Pee did not suffer any damage. Where many in San Antonio had to replant their gardens, I did not.

While these tree protectors did do what was advertised, even though I used them for plants and not trees, the disadvantages outweighed the advantages.

1. The plants were hard to transplant--this was because I surrounded the Tree T-Pee with a wire cage so I had to cut a hole in the wire cage to plant.

2. The Tree T-Pee shaded the plants causing them to grow tall and thin. 3. The Tree T-Pee does not allow much water to get inside.

4. They took up too much space in my garden beds. Where I planted one tomato plant, I could only plant one pepper plant, broccoli, cauliflower and so on, instead of four.

While the Tree T-Pee works great on trees, it is not so great for plants. So I will be pulling these up and reworking my garden. I will have to come up with another idea to keep the dogs off of my plants.

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There are four ways you can get David's Garden Seeds for your garden.

1. Visit our physical store in person at 7715 Tezel Road in San Antonio, Texas.

2. Call us at (210)390-9873 and place your order with us using your debit card or credit card.

3. Shop on our website at David's Garden Seeds.

4. Shop on our Amazon Store at David's Garden Seeds Amazon Store 2017. Order your seeds now while our selection is great. Spring planting time will be here before you realize it! Until next time.

David Schulze

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