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Round Grow Through Plant Support - Pack of 3 - Available in 3 sizes - Ideal for Agapanthus, Dahlia, Rudbeckia, Peonies, Lupin, etc - Strong Metal Garden Supports with 3 re-positionable legs (Small Round - 50cm high x 30cm diameter)

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These plant supports can be used for all of your plants, from tomatoes and beans to peas, cucumbers and even squash and pumpkins. Spring is finally here and you know what that means…it’s time to start thinking about your veggie garden. Metal anchoring: Screw metal ground anchors, such as spiral or auger-type stakes, into the ground firmly at the base of the obelisk. Fasten securely, making sure they are deep enough to ensure the plant’s stability. We recommend that you insert our solid ‘fixed legs’ grow through plant supports well into the soil, as soon as the emerging stems begin to emerge from their winter hibernation. What that means is that I have found 15 DIY plant supports and cages that will help you to keep your garden plants supported while they grow those amazing veggies for you this summer. Jump to:

PVC pipe is not terribly expensive and you may have some on hand – I always have a few pieces in the garage for DIY projects. This easy to make DIY tomato cage is crafted from PVC pipe and it perfectly supports those plants as your tomatoes begin to grow. This is even a good one for heavier tomatoes like heirloom varieties. And, it only takes a few minutes to put together. This is a great one to add to your list of PVC pipe organizing and storage projects. The legs on both types are detachable which makes for easy storage throughout the winter months. The legs are strong, durable and have a ‘pigtail’ top which is easy to fix to the frame and remains securely in place for as long as needed. Rectangle grow throughs

Suitable for supporting and growing larger plants and shrubs, our grow through supports for large plants are supplied in two different dimensions, rectangle and round. Lattice or trellis: Attach lattice or trellis to the sides of your obelisk to provide additional support to your climbing plants. I love growing my own foods. Not only is it satisfying, but it is also a much healthier way to feed my family.

Concrete anchoring: In your chosen spot, dig a hole at least two feet deep, fill it with concrete and place your obelisk’s base into it while wet. This will provide a sturdy structure.Once you have chosen your garden obelisk, it’s essential to secure it properly before growing your climbing plants. Below are various steps to follow to ensure it stands tall and stable: This plant support is manufactured as an ‘all-in-one’ growthrough, designed to support the tall growing stems of garden plants, such as daisies, delphiniums, etc. all through the growing season. Untreated, allowing the support to develop an attractive rusty patina for a weathered, vintage look These are all so easy to make and many of them can be created from repurposed or upcycled materials.

There is simply nothing better for me than turning trash into treasure, which is why I really love repurposing so much. From tomato cages that you can make from reclaimed wood to a wonderful trellis that is made from old bicycle rims, you are definitely going to find a great DIY plant support for whatever plants you have in your garden this year. And, speaking of gardens, have you seen my list of 10 homemade insecticides? These will keep your garden pest free naturally. I get so excited when the weather begins to warm up because I know that working in my veggie garden is coming.

100cm Link-It Plant Support

If you have a plant that needs to be supported while it grows, you are going to find the perfect DIY plant support and you can make most of these in just a few minutes.

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