Domed plant support - green

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Buy Domed plant support - green: <ul><strong><li>Strong coated steel rod</li><li>Protects plants from animals</li><li>Subtle ‘barely there’ design</li></strong></ul><br>Encourage growth and save plants from being trampled with this domed plant support.<br><br>Place one over a mound-forming perennial and it’ll grow up through the wire, using the dome as a support. In time, the plant’s foliage will completely conceal it.<br><br>The domes can also protect plants against damage from larger mammals like deer, dogs and foxes. Group several along the front of borders to create a barrier to keep animals at bay.<br><br>Made from steel rod with a green powder coating. Available in two sizes (sold separately).<br><br>Measurements:<br>Small - Ø46cm x H26cm<br>Large - Ø64cm x H41cm

  • Strong coated steel rod
  • Protects plants from animals
  • Subtle ‘barely there’ design

Encourage growth and save plants from being trampled with this domed plant support.

Place one over a mound-forming perennial and it’ll grow up through the wire, using the dome as a support. In time, the plant’s foliage will completely conceal it.

The domes can also protect plants against damage from larger mammals like deer, dogs and foxes. Group several along the front of borders to create a barrier to keep animals at bay.

Made from steel rod with a green powder coating. Available in two sizes (sold separately).

Measurements:
Small - Ø46cm x H26cm
Large - Ø64cm x H41cm

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Good size, does the job well.

5

Good sized cloches, very useful if a little expensive but do the job well.

Ellie

Nottingham

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I would buy this product again, it helped very much

5

It supported the plants as required

Jules

Kent

I would buy this product again.

5

Nice shape, seems quite sturdy, I'm hoping it does a good job of supporting my Peony.

anniebago

Sheffield

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Great Support

5

These are very good supports for medium sized herbaceous plants such as geraniums or sedums. To position them you just drop them on the plants, preferably at a fairly early stage in their growth - no struggling to get stakes into the ground - and they are quite attractive in themselves and quickly become hidden in the growth of the plant. They do a great job in keeping sedums upright, not easy with ordinary staking.

Anna

Edinburgh

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The best plant supports - no question

5

I have heavy clay stoney soil. I have tried every kind of plant support. Usually four legs need to be pushed into the ground. Three go in fine but the forth cannot find a way through the stones despite blood, sweat and sometimes tears! These supports are just placed in position and do a great job. Magic! Not only that but they can be easily moved around the garden as need dictates! Yes they are expensive but invaluable. I wish I had discovered them years ago before I had wasted my money elsewhere.

EastmearnAnne

London

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Not very durable

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I liked these as they are a quick easy way to support a plant (provided you put them in pace early. BUT the painted finish is not at all durable and they very quickly went very rusty - not so nice to look at but likely to shorted their life. I expected better for the price

backache

Nr Southampton

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I was unable to carry home domed plant supports from the Hampton Court show but would have liked to get some. Please can you advise me which size would best suit geraniums as a support? The larger one looked much too broad but is the smaller one tall enough?

none!

Hello, This is tricky as geraniums are a pretty large group of plants, some of which are really small, while others get pretty big. With that in mind, it will depend on which geranium you have in mind. I would say that the smaller size would be adequate for the lower growing types, but you will need the larger one for bigger geraniums such as G. psilostemon.

Helen

Which plants would you recommend for each size, please? Are they sufficient support for Lupins and Oriental Poppies, for example? Thank you.

Kathy

Hello, It really depends on how mature the plants are, and which varieties you are growing. For example Lupinus 'The Page' has an eventual spread of around 60cm, so the larger domed support would be great for a mature plant, while the smaller size would cover a less established clump.

Helen

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