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It is easy to create a beautiful living maypole in your garden. Once assembled simply sow or transplant your choice of climbers at the foot each of the eight strings eg. sweet peas and clematis or runner beans.
The garden Maypole design is such that plants grow up the strings, pulling the strings even tighter, giving extra rigidity to the structure.
Versatile and elegant, these black powder-coated steel Garden Maypoles look amazing!
Helpful Haxnicks hint: use two Garden Maypole Supports side by side to create an elegant entrance to your veg plot.
Product size- W:1m x H:1.90m
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Not bought from this retailer before. Pleased with service and product. Already doing it's job with my sweet peas!
Bought as a gift the recipient thought it was lovely as is looking forward to growing sweet peas using the Garden Maypole. As he is a seasoned gardener he isn't convinced using it to grow beans will work as effectively for him.
Thanks for taking the time to write a review. Its perfect for sweet peas too so I do hope he enjoys using it
Beans in a pot
Looks good. I purchased one of these to grow French beans in a pot. However, I'm now not sure that there is enough depth to support the rods. Such a shame. Any ideas anyone?
If the pots are outside then you cold put the pole into the ground and then place the pots around it at the base of the strings. That should work.
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