Variable Plant Supports

Variable Plant Supports
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    General Information

    Support perennials. Variable in shape and height.

    The English are known for their love of perennials - and also for their perennial borders, the lushly planted "borders". It's no wonder, then, that the island has come up with intelligent solutions to keep the blooms in check and provide support for the plants. Like these famous "link stakes": plant supports that can be combined in many different ways. They are simple sticks that have hooks and loops at the top.
    One interlocks with the other, and depending on the number of interlocked sticks, the resulting support can be inconspicuously adapted to any growth habit and size, and even lush plants can still be subsequently edged without damage. Experience has shown that broad-growing or tall plants need a support consisting of four long rods, while smaller and narrower plants tend to need a support consisting of three or four short rods.

    Product Information

    Article Number 68985

      Solid steel rod (Ø 6 mm), galvanized and powder coated. Made in England. One piece each.
      Long. For example, for peonies, delphinium, sunflower or mallow. Height 99.5 cm, projection 39 cm. Weight 330 g.
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