Willow poles for sweet peas

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Ideal for runner beans and sweet peas these natural looking willow poles look far better than bamboo canes. They have a rougher bark which make them easier for plants to cling to as they grow. Each pole consists of two willow canes beautifully wrapped around each other and tied together to make them extra sturdy supports.

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Beautiful Supports

By Emily

from Nottingham


  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight
  • Solid Construction
  • Weather Resistant


    Best Uses

    • Gardening

    Comments about Willow poles:

    Beautiful in the garden, good supports for climbing plants. Bring in over winter or when not in use.

    • Your Gardening Experience:
    • Experienced

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    • Q:

      Are these flexible or rigid - was thinking of ordering some in place of hazel poles to support/bend around gallic roses (so they need to have some "bend")? Thanks
      Asked on 6/3/2015 by PenzanceGardener from Penzance, Cornwall

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      • Staff Reviewer


        These willow poles will only bend as much as they are shown in the picture. They are reasonably rigid so they will not be a flexible as you require.

        Answered on 10/3/2015 by Product Buyer, Crocus
    • Q:

      Would these canes be able to support clematis such as Black Prince or Madame Julia Correvon?
      Asked on 5/26/2014 by Anila from Rcikmansworth

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      • Plant Doctor



        These canes are reasonably strong, so they should be able to support smaller Clematis - particularly those that get cut back each year.

        Answered on 5/30/2014 by helen from crocus
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