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Tomato Teepees

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Start your vegetable plants earlier with a Kozy Coat!






Start your vegetable plants earlier with a Kozy Coat!
Whether it's tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers or melons, Kozy Coats are the secret to enjoying your heat loving plants early every year. Reusable water filled teepees store heat during the day, and protect your plants at night. Be the first one to pick vegetables this year by using Kozy Coat to guard your tender plants against the outdoor elements and extending their growing season.

Directions for Use
1. Fill the plastic tubes on the Kozy Coat with water. An easy way to do this is to place the Kozy Coat around a pail so it stands up straight.
2. Position the Kozy Coat in your garden over your plant. Adjust the Kozy Coat into a teepee shape by making the bottom as wide as possible and gently squeeze the top together. If the garden soil is still cold (or even frozen!), place your Kozy Coats on the soil for a week to 10 days. When the ground has been warmed, remove the Kozy Coat and set your plant in the ground. Re-position the Kozy Coat over your plant.
3. When the weather is reliably warm (mid to late June), remove the Kozy Coat and store for use next season. Some gardeners in regions with moderate climate prefer to leave Kozy Coats on all summer. Peppers and Eggplants are heat-loving plants that will do better throughout the summer with a Kozy Coat.

Tips for Use
The earlier you plant, the earlier you'll be picking. You don't have to worry about the heavy frost or late blizzards. Kozy Coats will protect your plants through the worst spring weather. Even if the water in the Kozy Coat turns to ice, your plant is still protected. The Kozy Coat becomes an igloo, keeping in heat and warmth from the soil around your plants.