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cloche in Gardening topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclochecloche /klɒʃ $ kloʊʃ/ noun [countable]  1 DCCa hat shaped like a bell, worn by women in the 1920s2 DLG British English a glass or transparent plastic cover put over young plants to protect them during cold weather
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clocheI bought a cloche, which is a domed clay oven that fits nicely into any regular oven.A cloche can be purchased at specialty kitchen stores for about forty dollars.The trap looks rather like an open-ended small plastic cloche, and hangs in the tree.There are benefits and drawbacks to the cloche.So after the early strawberries have been protected, use the cloches as a fruit cage.To cloche or not to cloche, that will be the question.Netting can also be stretched over the hoops used for the popular polythene tunnel cloches.Carrots use cloches for the earliest varieties; sow the same variety every 2-3 weeks through the season.