Lots of vegetable plants can benefit from plant supports, obelisks and netting when you grow your own. Peas and beans love to climb up supports, and especially if you’re growing them in a small garden where you want everything to look good, think about growing them up an attractive support of obelisk. Look out for varieties that have different coloured flowers, so that as well as enjoying the vegetables, you can have a colourful display to enjoy.
Netting can do two jobs – it can be used to protect your crops from birds, but can also be used as a support for your climbing plants.
Plant supports and obelisks offer essential support to your fruit and vegetables and are both elegant and practical; made by hand from natural components; these give structure and form to your garden
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    Willow Obelisk

    Willow Obelisks (Set of Two) This charming set of two Willow Obelisks…

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    Folding Willow Obelisk

    Folding Willow Obelisk (1.8m High) This attractive triangular Willow Obelisk (stands 6ft…

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    Grow Bag Cane Frames and Willow Surround

    Here’s a novel approach to customising an unsightly old growbag – give…

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    Adjustable Rope Spiral Obelisk

    Adjustable Rope Spiral Obelisk These Adjustable Rope Spiral Obelisk are finished in…

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    Border Restraints

    Plants won’t fall across the lawn or path if they are restrained…

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    Cone Obelisk

    A classic design cone obelisk that instantly adds that ‘wow’ factor to…

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    Folding Willow Obelisk

    Folding Willow Obelisk (1.8m High) This attractive triangular Willow Obelisk (stands 6ft…

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    Garden Plant Supports

      Harrod Horticultural provide a fabulous range of Plant Supports – Trumpet…

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    Grow Bag Cane Frames and Willow Surround

    Here’s a novel approach to customising an unsightly old growbag – give…

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    Grow Through Plant Support Rings

    The grow through plant support system consists of a wire mesh ring…

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    Link Stakes

    The Original Link-Stakes Plant Supports Link Stakes are the most effective, versatile…

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    Obelisks and Plant Supports

    Agriframes OBELISKS & PLANT SUPPORTS No assembly required, our obelisks and plant…

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    Timber Pyramid Obelisks

    Add height and structure to thegarden with our new Timber Pyramid Obelisks,lending…

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    Timber Teepee Obelisks

    Timber Teepee Obelisks will add height and structure to the garden as…

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    Wax Wood Obelisks (Set of 2)

    Supplied in a set of two, these stylish Wax Wood Obelisks introduce…

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    Willow Obelisk

    Willow Obelisks (Set of Two) This charming set of two Willow Obelisks…

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