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Plants Supports & Ironwork

Cottage Plant Supports

rusty iron cottage support 2 metre

The simple beauty of rusted iron merges seamlessly in a garden and immediately looks at home there.

Cottage Hoop Support

rusted iron cottage hoop plant support

The 'Cottage Hoop' plant support, is ideal for all of those worthwhile but troublesome plants. Peonies, perennial poppies and hardy geraniums are all kept under control within the confines of the hoops.

Constructed from solid steel to ensure it lasts for detail many years.

Dimensions:
Height: 75cm
10mm round stakes
Max hoop diameter: 46cm

£45 FREE DELIVERY*

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Cottage Support 1.5m

Rusted steel Cottage plant support 1.5m

The 1.5m Cottage plant support is ideal for growing tall plants such as delphiniums through, or offering support for small climbers.

Dimensions:
Height: 150cm
10mm round stakes
Max hoop diameter: 46cm

£85 FREE DELIVERY*

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Cottage Support 2m

rusty steel cottage plant support 2m

At 2m it stands over 6 Feet 6 inches, with heavy weight steel construction for added strength.

Excellent for training Clematis, climbing Roses or Sweet Peas up. A real statement piece in the border.

The stakes on this support are staggered in height to add interest.

Dimensions:
Max Height: 2m
12mm round stakes
Max hoop diameter: 46cm

£195 FREE DELIVERY*

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Rusted Iron

rusted chainNo paint to flake, no plastic coatings to bubble and split, in fact there's no maintenance at all. Our rusty steel plant supports will look better year on year.

Whether it's old garden tools, or an ancient gate with rusting hinges, there's something quite charming about things of great age in a garden. You can simulate this style by introducing rusted iron plant supports, which soon look like they've been there forever.

During particularly busy periods, or with any bespoke sizes, the supports which we manufacture may not arrive to you already rusted. This is because they are made from new materials and will be in their natural, black state. The good news is that you can rely on the Great British weather to soon rectify this for you. A few weeks in the damp and the rust will soon build up to form a nice, clean coating, which is pleasant to handle and looks great in your garden.