A summer success story begins with the right place and the right hammock. In fresh designer colors, the DuraCord® Hammock is virtually indistinguishable from cotton but has superior wear resistance for long-lasting comfort. DuraCord dries faster than cotton and is virtually fadeproof. Tough fibers won't break down—even in full sunlight—due to their superior UV, mold and mildew resistance.
Traditional Cotton Hammock is soft and comfy, the ideal place to take a nap or relax after yard work. All Hammocks have sturdy oak stretchers.USA/Imported.
Heavy-duty tubular steel Hammock Stand includes a wheel kit so it's easy to move. Powder-coat finish. Disassembles for compact off-season storage. Stand works with Duracord Hammock only.
Our hammock accessories, inspired by our best-selling cushion fabrics, are the perfect coordinates. They'll make your hammock as soft and comfortable as a bed! The quilted Pad features a solid side with a coordinating pattern on the reverse and corner ties. The Pillow comes in complementary colors with hook and loop straps. Both are easy care polyester.
Available Colors Hammocks: Cotton in Natural only Brown (DuraCord) Green (DuraCord) Oatmeal (DuraCord)
Stand: Dark Green Taupe
Size DuraCord Hammock 82"L x 60"W Poly/Cotton Hammock 72"L x 58-1/4"W Pad 52" x 79" Pillow is 34" x 16" Stand 15'L x 4'W
Weather-Resistant Cotton-Feel DuraCord® Rope Hammock 82"L x 60"W
Tubular Steel Hammock Stand with Powder-Coated Finish 15'L x 4'W
Traditional Polyester/Cotton Rope Hammock with Oak Stretcher
Tree Hugger Wrap-Around Straps for Hanging Hammocks
Order Now For Shipment 31-MAR-15
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Comments about Product: Popped it right out of the box, took the hooks supplied on either end, and added to a tree and fence with similar hooks. I love the red simple design for our Nifty Fifties Ranch's back yard. Many a book will be read here!
Comments about Product: This product, was advertised in an email, but was almost impossible to find on the web site. when the number was put in, a hammock came up. it took several tries and permutations to finally get to the tree hugger straps.
Comments about Product: These straps are so easy to set up around any tree. It takes no time at all. My hammock was up and ready to use under 2 minutes .
By Apple 1 Annie
Hammock in the SNOW? oh NO!
Comments about Product: Hammock arrived in a May snowstorm, but can't wait to give it a try. This is the second one we've purchased and it has lasted years and years. I just wanted another to place in a really shady place for many years to come.
Comments about Product: After our first try, huge laugh (being dumped on the ground),this has become a favorite weekend napping place... We are totally satisfied.
Comments about Product: Live it thus far for kids and adults alike.
Have it a just a month or so and very happy
Comments about Product: After shopping around I found Plow & Hearth's hammock the best price for quality around. I've been looking for this as birthday gift for retired husband for a while, and found P&H at price less than half the local shops.
I thought we'd be scrimping on quality but it's the very same hammock being sold in local shop.
Husband loves it, put it up in about 20 minutes and naps there every day. I was afraid it would be too stretchy, and it did stretch out but he just raised the ropes around the tree trunks. May be a problem for people using the metal form, but on trees no problem at all.
Very comfy, very sturdy, very good buy.
By The other napster
Nice to nap in!!!
Comments about Product: Nice
Comments about Product: I ordered the hammock and stand for my husband for a surprise anniversary present. He was very excited about it! We are very happy with the study construction of both the hammock and stand. Since all the pieces were on sale, I also bought the pad and pillow. The ropes on the hammock are a bit scratchy, so I would recommend getting them as well.
Nice colors, quality, price
Comments about Product: My husband LOVES the new pad I bought for his hammock. He's enjoying many naps on this pad, which he says is a bit roomier than the pad (now worn out) that came with our Brookstone hammock years ago. I wish P&H sold color-coordinated canopies for hammock stands, too.
By Outdoor Lover
Way too stretchy
Comments about Product: I read all the reviews and percieved most of the negative ones to be for the stand, not the hammock. So I purchased the hammock with reasonable confidence. The reviewers who mentioned this is too stretchy, however, are spot on. I cannot hang this in the space where for years I have put my other rope hammocks. With the hammock 4 feet off the ground I still touch the ground. I even wrapped the ropes around my posts. Way too stretchy - you can tell as soon as you take it out of the box.
Comments about Product: Love the width and length of this hammock. Also love the fact that it will hopefully wear longer than cotton. You can hardly tell the difference.
Hammock and pillow
Comments about Product: We use the hammock in the side yard. It was easy to install as we used 2 trees. The grandkids love it but it was purchased for my hubby. I know that the hammock was USA made and that's what I like about it the most. We take the hammock in everytime because we have squirrels. Plus I'm hoping that the hammock will last longer if we keep it out of the weather.
By Desert Rose
Quality and easy setup
Comments about Product: It is well constructed and very easy to put together.
By Nana from Indiana
Pleased with product
Comments about Product: Appreciated the prompt delivery and ease with which we were able to put it together. Hammock is being enjoyed by entire family. Thanks
Comments about Product: We love the hammock--our granddaughter especially likes to swing with grandpa when she comes over.
By California Karen
Hammock is grandchildren proof!
Comments about Product: The large size accommodates 2 adults or 3 children. The open air webbing is cool and lets wet swimsuits drip dry as you relax.
Needs stabilizer to compensate for wheel
Comments about Product: Sturdy construction but wobbly because of the wheel on one end. Makes getting in and out of hammock precarious at best. Need stabilizer on opposite end of wheel location to eliminate the tetter-totter effect!
By Hammock Lover
Cotton Cord on Hammock Too Stretchy
Comments about Product: It seems the same parties make the webbing for all hammocks, as I've investigated several sources and they either come from South Carolina or India. The cotton webbing seems too stretchy on all the available hammocks, and I don't have a weight problem. I weigh 148#, but when fitted to a 14 ft. expanse, 4 ft. off the ground, the webbing stretches so much that when I get in the hammock, it touches the ground--not good.
By KB the hammock swinger
Not so sure....yet
Comments about Product: We love the hammock itself, but it said weather resistant. We live in Northern New York, and I already see some fraying of the cords. It has not been an overly wet summer so it makes me wonder how many years we are going to get for the price we paid.
By KB the Hammock Swinger
Hanging the Hammock
Comments about Product: I loved how easily the stand was put together....until we got to the wheels. To this day we still can't figure out how to fasten them to make them stay. Now that we are in our third month of pretty steady usage the frame does not seem as sturdy as it should. It could be fine, but it seems to have alot more give than when it was "brand new".
By patio person
Comments about Product: I was concerned that it would be too short for the existing hammock but it was perfect. I also loved the side ties that really keep it in place.
By KB the Hammock Swinger
Delight in the Hammcok
Comments about Product: I love the hammock pad and the pillow. It is so well constructed, you just know it is going to last for the long haul. It is easily put on and removed and how very smart to put velcro straps on the pillow to keep it in place. I would recommend this to anyone who has a hammock, no matter what brand. Simply lovely.
By Lisa on the Lake
It's like taking a sleeping pill !
Comments about Product: Feels and looks like traditional rope hammock but is more durable. Invest in a pad to make it even more comfy. Great for lazy days by the lake. Best napping I've ever had.
it is what was expected
Comments about Product: bsckyard relaxation
By Father's Day Gift Giver
Average - meets expectation
Comments about Product: We have to adjust the way it is hung on the hammock stand (purchased at the same time) so that you are not inches from the ground when laying in it. We've had to twist the rope and wrap it around the stand in order to shorten the hammock.
Disappointing at the price
Comments about Product: The rope-style construction is a good idea, but badly realized here. Some knots came loose immediately, and generally the hammock looks sloppily made. Should have been better at the price.
Longer than advertised
Comments about Product: Nice looking hammock but the measurements are very misleading. Plow & Hearth says it is 82 inches long. When I called to verify that, they had no additional information and the customer service lady said she thought that represented the full length--one would think! It turns out that's the length of the hammock bed, but the full length includes an extra 32 inches at each each, beyond the bed, and then potentially another foot or so of chain. So while I thought this hammock would easily fit my 12-foot stand, it was way too long!
Comments about Product: I purchased a hammock from a different companty last year for my mother-in-law and we had to replace it this year because it was beginning to fray.I purchased one from Plow and Hearth last year for my husband and we used it quite a bit and had no problems so I chose to purchase one from your company this year to replace the frayed one, however, it's too stretchy. My mother-in-law is a small person and it stretches almost to the ground when she gets in it.She has a stand and we have ours between 2 trees. Don't know if that has anything to do with it or not but my husband is very talented with getting things to work and still had problems so we may end up sending it back. We found another one that looks a lot like the one we purchased last year from your conmpany and if it works better than the one we recently purchased then we will definitely send it back and use this one we purchased at [@]
Comments about Product: A great addition to our backyard
Excellent, very durable, hammock stand.
Comments about Product: We've had the hammock for quite a while but no trees or stand to put it to good use. The Plow & Hearth hammock stand is great. It's very solid and durable and our hammock fits perfectly. We're really enjoying the outdoors more now.
Comments about Product: I WAS SUPRISED TO SEE THAT AFTER STORING IT ALL WINTER AT OUR CREEKSIDE CAMP THAT IT IS STILL IN GREAT CONDITION AND READY FOR ANOTHER SEASON OF LAZY WITH A GOOD BOOK.
By Lee and C
Comments about Product: This hammock was poorly constructed of weak fiber. We returned it for refund.
By Lee and C
I would buy this product again
Comments about Product: This makes the hammock comfortable and warmer on breezy days.
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The Olla: A Brief History
Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.
When used to irrigate plants, an olla is buried neck-deep in the ground near a plant’s roots, with the opening of the olla extended above the soil so that it can be filled with water periodically. The porous walls of the unglazed pottery allow the water to seep through gradually, constantly and consistently hydrating the plants without overwatering them – and without wasting precious water to evaporation or runoff.
The use of ollas for irrigation was introduced to the American Southwest by Spanish conquistadors during Colonial times, becoming very common among Native American tribes and Hispanic settlers. Though the technique gave way to more modern methods of irrigation some time ago, its superior efficiency, coupled with its simplicity, has caused it to make a comeback. Though the technique has changed little since its introduction, today’s ollas are usually capped off, making them even more water-efficient.
Perfect for home gardens, Ollas are a super-easy, eco-friendly, less time-consuming way to water annuals, perennials, herbs, vegetables and plants of all kinds in dry, sandy soil, very hot or drought-prone areas, raised beds, and even pots, planters and hanging baskets. Fill the olla before you leave on a short vacation to enjoy worry-free watering – and a smaller water bill!