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Re: Styrofoam cones for winter protection

Lester Kallus wrote:

> Does anyone have any experience with these and if so, does anyone know of a supplier so that I can get the local nursery to purchase a mass of them?


Those are commonly used for roses, usually sold as "rose cones."  I imagine they're a seasonal product, though I can't imagine that those places you mentioned haven't even heard of them.  Try looking later this month or on October; they're usually everywhere, come in different sizes.

Dean Sliger
Warren, MI, USA
Zone 6B

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