Wrap is flexible enough to allow the tree to grow naturally while it remains in place. Protects tree bark from insects and rodents. Allows water and air to pass through, yet it still provides a high level of protection from various threats.
Expensive per foot of coverage; dimensions are 4 inches by 20 feet.
Considering the price you'll pay, this white tree wrap is a great value. Protects tree bark from insects and stray trimmer blades and string. Over time, the wrap will degrade, allowing the tree and bark to continue to grow normally. Measures 3 inches by 50 feet.
Very thin wrap that may not adhere well to the tree.
A nice price for decent coverage (3 inches by 50 feet). Has a waxy coating so it will resist occasional water exposure; this also means it biodegrades more slowly than some other tree wraps.
If the product is exposed to excessive water, it may slide down the trunk.
A good value considering coverage area (3 inches by 50 feet). Especially helpful for trees exposed to the harsh conditions of winter and summer. Thinner than some other tree wraps, but you can double-wrap if needed.
Biodegrades faster than some other tree wrap products.
Gives you a coverage area of 150 feet by 4 inches, so it handles even large trees nicely. Crepe design stretches a bit to cover oddly shaped trees and rough bark. Yields a nice level of protection against harsh weather and stray trimmer string.
Doesn't seem to hold up well after a heavy rain hits it.
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Tree wraps are essential in ensuring the health of saplings. Particularly in winter, animals may damage tree trunks, harming the health of the whole tree and reducing its chances of growing as lush and tall as you would like. The type and size of your trees will determine how much of the trunk to cover, with larger trees requiring more coverage. Some wraps have a waxy covering to prevent moisture from getting through and harming the bark. If you want a biodegradable product, some tree wraps break down over time as your tree grows so you don’t have to think about them after putting them on. Vinyl, paper, and burlap are all common material choices.
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