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Rabbits chew. The sun scalds. In each case, the result is the same: a badly damaged tree. Tree Guards are an easy way to protect the tender bark of young trees.

These heavy-duty, perforated plastic spirals are easy to use and last for years. Just check them twice a year to make sure they haven’t become too tight and to remove any grass that’s grown inside. Avoid hitting tree guards with string trimmers or other lawn equipment, which can decimate a tree guard and girdle trees — a leading cause of tree mortality. Use tree guards in conjunction with our Typar® Tree Circles as a foundation for healthy trees!

  • 10" for columnar trees
  • 20" for young trees
  • 40" for larger trees

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1 Year Warranty

Every order comes with our promise of satisfaction. If you aren't completely satisfied with your order, let us know within one year for a free one-time replacement or refund.

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The rabbits are eating our baby fruit trees!
Desalyn T on Feb 2, 2016
all my trees have guards to protect against the weed eater and splitting
AVA W on Jan 29, 2016
The rabbits are eating our baby fruit trees!
Desalyn T on Feb 2, 2016
We noticed our small cherry tree is missing bark about from ground to about 12" up. I put the question in my browser "Do rabbits eat bark off cherry trees?" and found a forum in which someone else was worried about this. There was a link to Stark's site, so I bought 6 tree guards. Might have found them locally, but also might have cost more. I'm too tired to comparison shop.
Darla H on Feb 1, 2016
all my trees have guards to protect against the weed eater and splitting
AVA W on Jan 29, 2016
Protect my trees from the rabbits
Sylvia l on Jan 22, 2016
We noticed our small cherry tree is missing bark about from ground to about 12" up. I put the question in my browser "Do rabbits eat bark off cherry trees?" and found a forum in which someone else was worried about this. There was a link to Stark's site, so I bought 6 tree guards. Might have found them locally, but also might have cost more. I'm too tired to comparison shop.
Darla H on Feb 1, 2016
Protect my trees from the rabbits
Sylvia l on Jan 22, 2016

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