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As a precautionary measure against the spread of COVID-19, we have decided to temporarily close our storefront to the public. In-stock shipments will go out as usual; however all in-store pick-ups will be treated as curbside pick-ups, so be sure to confirm over the phone or on your order when and where you plan to do so.

For more information, please give a us a call: (800)634-5557

Rainbow Professional LTD White Spiral Tree Guards - 24″

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C270WE - Spiral Tree Guard - 18 inch

Part Number: GRDP C270WE-18

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$1.20

Spiral Tree Guard - 24 Inch

Part Number: AMLP 24TP

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$1.43

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Quick Overview

White spiral tree guards from the English company that invented the concept. Sold individually or by the case (250 ct).

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Manufacturer Rainbow LTD

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The Original White Spiral Tree Guards

Rainbow developed the Original Spiral Guards and they have kept improving the concept ever since. The well formed overlap in a Rainbow spiral is designed to prevent animals being from exploiting gaps in the tree guard.

  • 100% recycled PVC
  • Should last 4 growing seasons
  • Will not collapse around tree in summer heat
  • Vent holes reduce mildew and leaf burn
  • Low unit cost
  • Quick and easy to install - no fastener needed
  • Expands as trees grow
  • Sold individually or by the case (250/case).

Note: The manufacturer states that it is "most important to install Spiral Tree Guards the correct way up to remove the risk of tree strangulation. This can easily be seen on Rainbow Tree Spirals as the ventilation holes form a pattern of an arrow pointing upwards with the overlaps pointing upwards also."