Intriguing wire frames make it fast and easy to transform simple vines into stunning works of living art. Dress up your entryway, add interest to a perennial bed or bring sculptural style to a collection of containers. Heavy-duty, powder-coated steel wire frames in anthracite gray form sturdy and attractive supports for compact vines, indoors or out. Includes instructions for planting and maintaining your topiary. Pots and plants not included.
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I have bought three. I love them!
Comments about : Sphere Topiary Frame, Small:
I had one smashed during the delivery process. They sent me a new one right away. Great service I used them in my urns with boxwood ball topiary. They look great
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Excellent and quick service! Products were good quality
By Garden fairy
from Ft worth tx
May even order more!! They are all perfect in my garden even ordered one for a friend!
Just what I expected
from Chicago IL
Great product, just as described! Looks great on its own and gets even prettier when it fills in.
Can't get outside to garden in winter so can lift spirits by bringing interest to the indoors.
from Independence, MO
Plant needs a little trellis to add more filler to a corner shelf?
Great to add pazzaz to house plants in winter
Pretty Globe Topiary Frame
from Menomonee Falls, WI
Using it with a large potted Mandevilla vine. Love the globe shape. Something a bit different than the common upright supports.
from Bristol, Va
I'm Excited to see how the English Ivy grows over this topiary.
exactly as described
from new jersey
The quality and construction is better than I anticipated. It was well packed so there was no deformation or dents in the sphere. The stakes are a bonus to secure the ball in dirt.
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By Cottage garden lady
from St. James
I put the topiary frame atop a post that once was set up for a birdhouse. The birdhouse rotted but the Golden child ivy was still there. The ivy will now be trained to form a globe atop the post.
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