Plant Supports & Ironwork

Westbourne Plant Supports

The 'Westbourne' rusted iron plant support, is ideal for all of those worthwhile but troublesome plants. Peonies and perennial Poppies are kept firmly under control within the confines of the hoops.

available in various sizes

A British product by Metallic Garden

The 'BUILT TO LAST' range of plant supports

 

 

 

Standard Westbourne

standard westbourne support

The 'Westbourne' rusted iron plant support, is ideal for all of those worthwhile but troublesome plants. Plants such as Peonies and perennial Poppies are kept firmly under control within the confines of the hoops.

Dimensions:
10mm round stakes x 75cm high
40cm & 46cm hoops

£45 FREE DELIVERY*

 

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Tall Westbourne

tall westbourne support

Excellent for holding up the likes of Delphiniums and Makleaya cordata, which can be quite troublesome if not controlled.

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

Dimensions:
10mm round stakes x 1.5m high
40cm & 46cm hoops

£90 FREE DELIVERY*

 

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Stately Westbourne

stately wesbourne support

Plant supports for the larger garden.

This is an exceptionally large and heavy-duty plant support, intended to give support to very large herbaceous perennials.

Dimensions:
10mm stakes x 90cm high
2 x 69cm lower hoops (8mm bar) &
75cm heavy duty top hoop (10mm bar)

£95 FREE DELIVERY*

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Rusted Iron Plant Supports

rusted chain

No 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.