Leonard Vinyl Spiral Tree Guard, 2ft Length

Qty Price
1 – 49 $5.99
50 – 199 $4.49
200 + $3.59
Item # 24TP
Ship Weight 0.40 lbs
Stock Status In Stock

Easy to install — lasts up to 7 years!

These economical, long-lasting vinyl tree guards can protect your investment in young trees. They're quick to install and offer protection from rabbits, rodents and mechanical damage.

1.5-inch wide strip wraps around to conform to the size of the tree. Sold in sets of 5 guards. Lifetime Warranty.

Product Information


  • White in color, 1 1/2in. dia., 24in. long
  • Priced each but sold only in packages of 5 protectors nested together for compact packaging and shipping
  • Tough vinyl construction, spiral construction for quick and easy installation
  • Holes punched in material to allow for air and moisture circulation
  • Product can be easily cut to make short lengths.

Product Features

Life expectancy is four to seven years when installed and left on the tree.

Product Benefits

  • Protect your young trees from rabbits, rodents, and mechanical damage for up to 7 years
  • Vinyl material resists weathering yet cuts easily to fit your trees
  • Unique spiral shape allows for easy installation
  • Ventilation holes allow for increased airflow, preventing the growth of mold and mildew
  • White color reflects damaging heat and glare away from the tree

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QUESTION: What size caliper tree do these work on?
ANSWER: They work best on young trees, as the diameter is 1-1/2 inch. They stretch and unwind to fit the tree as it grows.

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Overall Rating: 5/5

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from VA

Camo paint makes them disappear


I use these tree wraps to protect my American holly and Japanese maples trunks against sap sucker and squirrel damage in the winter time. The white color of the wraps is not attractive in a yard setting so, I spray paint them in a mottled pattern with three different colors of camouflage paint (beige, dark brown, and forest green). All of the outer surface of the plastic must be painted and this is most easily done by wrapping them around a large cardboard mailing tube for painting.