Make your outdoor dining experience more enjoyable with our Umbrella Canopy Net. Just drop this mosquito net on top of your 7' or 9' outdoor umbrella to keep out mosquitos, flies and other pests. Tight woven polyester net is fashioned with a plastic tube at the bottom that can be filled with water to keep the net anchored in place. Zippered opening. Imported.
Outdoor mosquito net Umbrella net keeps bugs out of your dining area Make outdoor dining and relaxing more enjoyable Polyester construction with plastic tubing
Size 102" dia. x 84"H
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Comments about Product: I used one of these (draped over a Frisbee nailed to the top of a ten-foot 2x2, and using shorter 2x2s to make a peripheral lift for the sides) to protect a brown Turkey fig tree last summer. By the end of the summer it was disasterized (birds trying to get in did their worst), but it did the trick! I got two amazing crops, and everyone I know got fig jam. Only improvement I could suggest is adding a patch kit for the tube that holds the water. Nevermind sharp rocks etc. in the garden bed; little creature with sharp teeth have their fun too!
Comments about Product: So easy to install and really makes outdoor dining more enjoyable. Unfortunately, the first time we filled the plastic tubing along the bottom with water to weight it, it sprung two leaks. We are using it on a flagstone patio (not grass as pictured). It still serves its purpose, but I wish the hem was a thicker grade plastic. Without the weight of the water it is more difficult to open and close the zipper without catching on the mesh.
Comments about Product: Got this last year on sale (I see it still is), just put it up yesterday but didn't fill the bottom. It works great, easy to put up and allows the breeze to come thru the netting. My ONLY suggestion is to make it so the zipper opens from both the top AND the bottom instead of just bottom so it's easier to come/go.
Comments about Product: This works great, but I would be willing to pay a little more ($20 more) if it could be constructed with more durable materials. A 2-way zipper, weighted bottom( instead of water-filled, and stronger netting.
Comments about Product: I needed a tent to cover my Clementine tangerine tree to prevent bee pollination. That, according to my best source, is the only way to have seedless fruit. A very good and obviously durable product.
Comments about Product: love the product its easy to put up the only problem i have is the tubing on the bottom is not strong enough. i have a cement ground with a rug on top of the cement and from going in and out the bottom got so many holes in it . the tubing should be stronger. other then that great product .
Comments about Product: Ours too had a hole in the tube. It came with what looked like a rolled up tape? However, with no repair instructions and the enclosed tape being completely useless - it was like all the sticky glue had oozed onto the useless paper backing - that it couldn't even stick to itself. I'll have to go to the hardware store, and get a bicycle tube patch kit. Some bargain huh? [$] shade turns into a afternoon of running around buying repair kits I'll use once.
Comments about Product: Does the job and great for the price. Netting is fragile and so is zipper but great value for the money. I like it so much I bought a second one for myself and a third for a gift. My neighbor saw it and bought one too.
Comments about Product: This keeps out all the critters. It is easy to use and when I'm not using it, I lay the bottom of the drape on my chairs so as not to collect all the oak leaves around my patio to keep it clean. It works great.
Comments about Product: This is a good concept and that is about all. Unfortunately, the manufacturer did not think through the quality aspect. The string literally deteriorated into small pieces or into a powder from exposure to sun and rain so the netting fell off our umbrella....and this was ONLY after using it for TWO months which unfortunately were the two hottest months of this summer! So apparently, 90 degree heat breaks down the string they used. The tubing at the bottom does NOT hold water - the water leaks out through the stitching. Again, good idea very very poor construction.
Comments about Product: Until we found this, bugs kept us from using our deck most of the year! Now we eat out there even in light rain! After 4 months of constant use the top
string broke and we easily returned it for another. Am sure this small fault will be corrected! What a terrific product!
Comments about Product: I loved this product...set it up w/o the water in the base. Just used a few small paver blocks to square off the area under the umbrella. Enough room for 4 - 6 chairs...I am able to pick up the netting & place it on the table. Then cover & zipper-up table, AND cover & zipper-up the umbrella. TAKES 5 MINUTES. Many fun cocktails & dinners under the netted umbrella...sue, Brick N.J.
Comments about Product: This product was easy to put up and has stayed in place. We can sit outside and not have to worry about bug candles or spray. The bottom tub is heavy enough to keep anything from crawling under it, when filled. It is just a little hard to see through the mesh as the sun goes down. Did have a small hole in the mesh, but just took a needle and thread and pulled it together.
Comments about Product: I used this as advertised. It does keep out all bugs. The netting is not sufficient enough for more than one season of use, critters shortly arrive eating through the netting, leaving holes that will need repairing.
Comments about Product: The zipper snags often causing tears in the netting. And if anything touch's it that would snag it ever so lightly, it will cause snag lines. I've had mine for a couple months and I have approx. 8 maybe more holes I've had to put clear tape on each side because sewing the holes is imposible. I love the fact it's low cost. I love being able to have the bugs not bug us. And it looks really nice. (when it's new). But don't expect it to last all summer. I'll put yes I would recommend this product to a friend... but with advise to treat it careful because the netting is very delicate.
Comments about Product: Tubing to weight net is to be filled with water. Went to fill and plastic tube split and punctured in multiple places, making it ineffective. Very disappointing. Should have returned it but needed netting for weekend event.
Netting is great size but delicate - catches on things easily - thought it would be heavier.
Comments about Product: Maybe nice for a special party like wedding or shower. Not good for everyday use. Ours had pin hole in tubing from time of purchase. Netting is flimsy. Similiar to netting for a baby's crib.
Comments about Product: I purchased this product several weeks ago because I hate bugs landing on my food and I really don't like the bees. I found it easy to put up by myself but the tubing at the bottom that holds the tent down was a little difficult to fill with water but once I got the hang of it, it went pretty well. Aside from that one little problem,it was easy to put up. I really like being able to eat outside without the bugs. I don't have a patio yet, so my table and chairs sit on the grass which will make mowing a challenge. The netting is very light weight allowing it to move with the breeze which provides a nice atmosphere. I now can enjoy spending time outside without bugs.
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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!