3 Simple but decorative plant support ideas•
Posted on 12 March 2015
We have lots of great elegant plant support options to inspire you. They are all easy to use and will not only help you tame and support your climbing plants but add a touch of professional style to your garden.
Decorative Climbing Plant Supports
Cane Rings are such a simple idea, but will do wonders for your unruly climbers whether they are in a pot or in the ground.
The 2 rings will hold 6 bamboo canes top and bottom in a circular shape. It makes a sculpture from your sweet pea, bean or pea plants.
You can use it for vegetable crops like beans and peas or for any climbing flowers. Sweet peas work particularly well and will attract pollinators to your vegetable patch too.
The Haxnicks Garden Maypole creates a beautiful living maypole in your garden. Plant your choice of climbers - like sweet peas, clematis or runner beans - at the foot each of the eight strings and watch them grow!
Versatile and elegant, these black powder-coated steel Garden Maypoles look amazing!
This is where the big guns come out! Choose from the Eiffel Tower, The London Eye (shown) or even the iconic Big Ben to really make a statement. These will accommodate the climbers mentioned above but are also suitable for heavier crops like squashes and pumpkins.
So we hope this has inspired you with some gardening ideas. Whatever climbers you have we can help tame them into an impressive display.
So when you are planning your planting this Spring why not plan for Haxnicks to help? You can add some elegance and a touch of professional style to your climbers.
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