Hardwood tree stakes
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Q:Hello I am looking for hardwood stakes as traditionally used to support standard roses, under the heading "Hardwood Stakes" beneath the choice selector they are described as softwood stakes, very confusing. Also the picture depicts a range of 5 stakes, do you offer only the two? Please clarify for me, many thanks.Asked on 12/17/2013 by Sweeney Todd from Farnham Surrey
Sorry for the confusion. I have double checked with the supplier and they have confirmed that the tree stakes are made from Meranti, which is a hardwood. As for sizes, we only sell the two listed on our site.Answered on 12/20/2013 by Helen from Crocus
Q:We do sell Wooden Tree Stakes, I have added the links below taking you straight to the ones that we offer. Hardwood Tree Stakes http://www.crocus.co.uk/product/_/hardwood-tree-stakes/classid.201155/ Round Softwood Tree S
We do sell Wooden Tree Stakes, I have added the links below taking you straight to the ones that we offer. Hardwood Tree Stakes http://www.crocus.co.uk/product/_/hardwood-tree-stakes/classid.201155/ Round Softwood Tree Stakes http://www.crocus.co.uk/product/_/round-softwood-tree-stake/classid.2000008987/ Tree Planting Kit/Stake/Tie/ Rootgrow http://www.crocus.co.uk/BoMCard/_/tree-planting-kit-stake,-tie-and-rootgrow/classid.2000015447/Asked on 3/1/2005 by Crocus
A:Do you sell wooden tree stakes?Answered on 3/2/2005 by Maria Strickland
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