Vegetable cages are perfect for plants and vegetables that grow to low heights. These include carrots, cucumbers and lettuce. They offer fantastic protection against small birds and butterflies keeping your crop safe and pest free. Vegetable cages are suitable for use in all types of scenario. They are regularly used in small gardens, right through to large allotments and smallholdings.
Where our larger walk-in fruit cages make use of netting our vegetable cages use polythene. Polythene is perfect for low cages as it is strong and durable. The mesh size is 7mm so even the smallest pests are kept away. Polythene netting is very long-lasting and durable and comes with UV protection.
One of the main reasons our customers love WM James vegetable cages is that they are very easy to assemble. The steel uprights are spiked at the bottom so they can easily be pushed into the soil. The uprights also slot into joints to create the frame. In fact, the only piece of equipment you need to assemble our classic steel vegetable cage is a pair of sharp scissors. Everything else can be done by hand.
To ensure that the polythene netting is secured around the low fruit cage we supply all of our low fruit cages with anchor ground pegs. These steel pegs make sure that no pests are able to get in under the netting. They also keep netting secure during windy weather.
WM James has been supplying high-quality fruit cages for over 60 years. Our customers continually tell us they are delighted with the service we offer. That's reflected in our Feefo gold-rated merchant rating. If you have any questions please do get in touch with our team who will be able to help on 01308 425100.
"Excellent products at a good price. Communication superb and fast dispatch. I would certainly recommend this company."
Our vegetable cages are installed in gardens across the UK. This is a small selection of customers that have bought our cages and installed them on their own patch.
Do you want your cage featured? Take a picture and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org