Our Essex Plant Support can barely be seen on the left, letting the flowers be the star. The peonies on the right are unsupported.
We’ve designed these plant supports to be the sturdiest and most attractive on the market. The graceful arc supports flowers in a beautiful, natural bouquet shape, while the 8mm and 6mm steel uprights — the same used in public gardens and fine estates — are coated for durability.
These steel-core supports won’t buckle or bend under the weight of your prize peony blooms — even after those heavy rains that always seem to hit as soon as the flowers fully open. Rings can be set at any height on the vertical stake, to keep pace with your growing plant. GSC Exclusive.
With their steel cores, these supports won’t buckle or bend under the weight of your prize peony blooms, even when they're bowing deeply after a heavy rain. Rings can be set at any height, to keep pace with each growing plant. GSC Exclusive.
These sturdy supports are a decorative and effective way to corral plants and tidy up pathways. We took our inspiration straight from the gardens of France for the Jardin line of plant supports. The graceful lines and heirloom finish bring a touch of romance to the landscape and a sense of timelessness to your gardens. Two-piece construction; easy to install, easy to store.
These extra-strong supports prop floppy plants to neaten borders and paths, and the
scalloped shape lets plants drape more naturally than a straight support. Each three-
scallop section has a stake at each end that loops securely through the next section,
creating a very sturdy support. Each section is 17" W x 12" H overall; each set of 6 linked
together creates 8-1/2' of support.
This versatile system provides trellising, surround support, edging, and even light fencing. Set it up around transplants in the spring, or support a floppy, fallen plant mid-season.
Enjoy the beauty of these stakes as you wait for the flowers to grow in. A gently undulating wave is poised to support even your heaviest blooms. Linking stakes configure in two ways: as a linear border for your flower bed, or as a connected circle to enclose a specific planting area. Twin horizontal bars are set at optimal heights to support plants of different heights and maturities.
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