Product Bite: Big Ben architectural plant frame•
Posted on 14 January 2021
What is the Big Ben Plant Frame :
The Big Ben plant frame is a decorative plant support - perfect for climbing flowers like Sweet peas but also ideal for climbing veg like beans. It allows you to create impressive well supported displays!
What crop is it for:
Anything that climbs - peas, beans, vine tomatoes and the cucurbits like cucumbers, melons, squashes, pumpkins, gourds and sprawling types of courgette. Use it for flowers too - sweet peas, clematis, passion flowers or climbing roses.
Or mix veg and flowers to attract pollinators to your veg.
Where can I use Big Ben:
Ideal for a small space as it has a relatively small footprint - only 40cm sq of bed space is needed. This allows you to grow upward and use that space instead of precious ground space. Just think how much space you would free up if you didn't have courgettes and pumpkins sprawling everywhere!
What's so special about it?
Veg supports are usually fairly boring and run of the mill. The Big Ben Frame makes a statement so bold that you could grow beans in your front garden without the neighbours complaining! It is easy to assemble and made of high quality galvanised steel with powder coated finish.
Find out more:
See it in action: To see it in action head over to our YouTube channel Architectural Frames
Buy it Now: See the full range of plant supports here Plant Supports
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