AQUADOME Water Insulated Plant Protector - ships in cases of 12 only
Sold in Cases of 12. The reusable AquaDome is a one piece, self-standing plant protector that uses water to insulate your tender plants and seedlings from hard frosts, cold nights and blistery winds. Thermal solar heat is absorbed by the water mass during the day and released into the plant chamber at night. The double walled construction provides 10 times the insulating effect of single walls - even without the water! To install, just fill with the hose or watering can and place over the plant - it is that simple. Translucent, UV-resistant plastic allows for transmission of 70-75% diffused sunlight for lush, green growth. Conical shape resists wind gusts. Easy to move, even when filled. To control unwanted algae build up, add a few drops of bleach to the water reservoir. Minimum order 12 (1 dozen)
Please order in multiples of 12 only
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
Posted by Ed on 10th Jun 2016
Living in the uncertain climate of northern Wyoming, I wanted something that both would give a head start to and protect my tomatoes. A neighbor mentioned that he had something he thought was better than the water-filled, thin plastic walls of water. He brought out an Aqua Dome, and I was sold on the spot.
Protective water is stored between an inner and outer wall of heavy, rigid plastic, which, if treated with normal care, should last years, in contrast to the soft plastic walls of water that puncture easily.
The Aqua Dome is capacious (about the same diameter as the top of a five-gallon bucket) at its base and considerably narrower at its top, thereby protecting the tender plant within against wind and hail. About as deep as a five-gallon bucket, the Aqua Dome gives the plant ample room in which to grow. Mine went straight from the Dome into their cages, and I already have tomatoes on the plants.
The Aqua Dome is expensive; but I think it's worth the price to protect tomatoes that my wife starts from seed in April. We work too hard to have our plants ruined 'in an instant' by capricious nature. We bought 24.