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Galvanized Plant Support

 

Tomato Spirals Wire

Tomato Spirals Wire

species:galvanized,pvc coat,dip pvc and so on.
size of dia:7.0mm.6.5mm,5.0mm and so on.
total length:1.7 1.8 and so on,
length of erection:35cm,40cm amd so on.
screw:7 or 8 and so on.
we can produce it as customer's any requirement.

 

Plant Support Hoops Four-Leg Double

Plant Support Hoops Four-Leg Double

Stake Plants Quickly and Easily!


Galvanized-steel supports offer great help for growing plants!

Some plants need a little help staying upright as they get started in the garden -- and others want to flop all the time, but look much better with a tighter, reined-in habit! For these, our Plant Support Hoops were invented! Just set these 3/16-inch-thick hoops -- made from recycled galvanized steel -- over the young plants, and their stems will grow up through the center opening. Nearly invisible in the garden, they even store easily -- the 2-foot-tall legs fold up for storage!

 

 

Twizler Plant Support

Galvanized Plant Support

The Twizler plant support is the easiest way to keep plants growing straight and strong. Simply stick the Twizler into the plants soil near the base or center of the palnt and twist it around the plant. the unique spiral design wraps around the plants stems pulling them into a upright and secure position. Set of Three Twizlers per box Easy to apply to grown plants Keeps stems straight and strong Made of solid galvanized steel Lasts forever, never rusts, quick and easy to use Supports Multi-stem Plants No string, no wires, no knots to tie, just twizle Supports the plant as it grows, and grows with plant Elegant design, use indoors and outdoors, Made of galvanized steel for longevity

 


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