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Botanico Expanding Spiral Plant Support Twin Pack
Product Code: LT0634D
DescriptionThe Expanding Spiral Plant Support from Solus will add some real height and splendour to your garden, giving it a brand new dimension of visual interest.
Ideal for supporting the natural growth of climbing beans, peas, clematis and honeysuckle and expanding up to 120 cm, this device will help to stimulate your garden giving it a new lease of life. You’ll be well impressed with the results and ease of use.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
I love it posted on 22/05/2014 by M Roberts
I think this is a brilliant item In fact I have two and may order more It is gr8 to look at too I put them up during high winds a bit apprehensivelyand they are fine though I did affix a couple more stakes just to be sure
Works really well posted on 13/05/2014 by annie2001
I have a rather attractive but straggly unknown plant which I felt needed a cone structure to tidy it up and give it somewhere to grow These spiral devices worked perfectly and were easy to set up just needed a cane They seem quite stable and I am thrilled with them And such good value Brilliant as ever Greenfingers Delivered in no time
Great value posted on 03/04/2014 by allotment
Still to use as plants are still growing. The supports look strong and sturdy and excellent value for the price, can't wait to use them.
Practical posted on 02/08/2012 by busy lizzie
Really simple idea but very effective. More attractive and less fuss than making a bamboo wigwam. Particularly good for peas.
Great idea! posted on 20/05/2013 by Purple gardener
Excellent value for 2 spiral plant supports. I have one currently supporting my peas. Could probably do with extra pegs as its quite a heavy item and I've had to double up pegs to secure it in place. I've also used an iron pole in the centre as I think an ordinary cane may either snap or fall over. Brilliant but simple idea and I would recommend it.