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Bend them, join them, hinge them, stack them — these polyethylene-coated wire grids
can be formed into garden structures of all shapes and sizes. Make cages and trellises,
tunnels for the vegetable garden, hidden supports for perennials and lots more. The
possibilities are endless! Unobtrusive green color lets your plants be the stars.
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Great for bush beans in a raised bed
from Troutman, NC
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about Flexible Garden Grids, Set of 4:
I bought these flexible grids because I needed just that..something versatile to re-use each season. I eventually used them for my bush beans planted in raised beds. The only problem I had was that the clips to hold them together would not stay "clipped".Now I made "A" frames with these and ended up using zip ties at the top. The "A" frame design even allows me to cover the plants if needed. The grids are good and strong and I think they will last for many seasons to come.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from SW Missouri
I use these mainly in my vegetable garden for both tomato cages and pea vine supports.For cages I form each grid into a 12" dia circle and stack three high. I tie them together with fine floral wire, which itself is green coated, and hold the cage up with stakes cut from emt conduit that I paint green.For pea supports I zigzag them across my bed and support each corner with stakes. Depending on the pea variety I have good luck stacking them two high.Some of my grids I think are about 7 years old and the coating is still in good shape.
Flexible Garden Grids, 4 set
By Fun Gardener
from North Carolina
These are supporting tree collards which grow to 10 feet tall. I chose these rather than just stakes. They allowed me to have a more secure structure by placing them as a box for the 12" placement of the plants. Right now the plants are about 3'-4' tall. Very pleased with what I was able to do with them.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Very useful wire grids for garden
By Karen aging gardener
from Northport, Maine
About Me Avid Gardener, Getting Started
I've been using these grids for some years, and found they are easy to use and versatile. I've made fencing for vegetables in the garden, and now put them into a large container for a few tomato plants on my deck. They do not have feet, like the other panels sold in the catalogue, but they are flexible and therefore bendable for a variety of configurations and uses -- flat, tubes, arches. Dark green blends with the plants. Since they don't have hook connectors, they are easily stored and don't get tangled up in putting up or taking down. I've been reducing my garden, and gave away some other grid fencing (with connector hooks) but I ordered more of these. Only "con" is that Gardeners' Supply seems to have stopped showing them in the catalogue, except as tomato towers. There used to be a page showing some of the shapes that were possible.
from Silverdale, WA
I use these with my tomato plants, which are in pots because of limited growing space where I live. Although we have no fruit yet, the grids make perfect "cages". I set them when I planted and the results are great: 'trained' vines and stems that are healthy and strong.
Very nice... Easy to use
from Washington, DC
About Me Getting Started, Still Ignorant About Grow
Nothing to add.
Great for protection from pets
By Cathy the gardener
from East Brunswick, NJ
Put them around each of my new bushes to keep the dogs away from them. I have a dog who likes to chew branches off of shrubs and these certainly keep him away.
Easy to work with and many uses for them
By Gardening Granny
from Aurora CO
Used the majority of them as fencing around flower beds. they blend in with the greenery and blooms very nicely.
Useful building blocks
from New Jersey
I've used this product to edge my raised garden, to reign in my luxuriant tomatoes. Using bamboo rods for stabilizers, these grids do the job.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from northern virginia
I have 3 sets from 4 years ago. They show no signs of wear. I used them on a frame for squash and beans. I just purchased 1 new set and like the connectors better than the old ones.
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