The Hexagon Range
This is a range of plant supports designed for perennials of all sizes, including shrub roses and anything that gets a bit ‘droopy’ as the season lengthens or it rains and blows a lot. All the basic plant supports have 3 legs and 2 hoops. They all have a small lower hoop and larger upper hoop and will stack when not in use.
The flush design means there is no danger of them poking you in the eye when you are gardening. They are unobtrusive in the border, focusing the eye on the beauty of your plants rather than your plant supports.
The half rounds are designed to stop clumps of plants flopping forwards. We use them with leucanthemum (Shasta daisies), rudbeckias and the like.
The border guards keep plants from drooping over paths and edges. Hardy geraniums and nepetas (cat mint) benefit from them in our garden.
Use with the full round supports peonies, tall geraniums, delphiniums, etc
H is the height in mm
LD is the lower hoop diameter
UD is the upper hoop diameter
The diameters are approximations to a circle
All prices are for a natural rust finish. (Galvanising and/or Powder Coating is possible although unnecessary. The cost of these processes means it can only be done on a minimum order of 50 units from The Basic Range. For Galvanising add £100 for 50 units and for Powder Coating add £150 for 50 units.)
Size 1: H 700, LD 200, UD 300 £20.00
Size 2: H 800, LD 300, UD 400 £25.00
Size 3: H 800, LD 400, UD 500 £30.00
Size 4: H 800, LD 500, UD 600 £35.00
Size 5: H1000, LD300, UD 400 £30.00
Half Rounds priced per pair
Size 2: £2700
Size 3: £37.00
Size 4: £37.00
Size 5: £37.00
The Hexagon Clematis Pyramid
The Clematis Pyramid is a vertical flat topped pyramid with 6 legs and 5 hoops. The bottom hoop is 400mm and the top 300mm. It is deliberately a skeletal structure to minimise impact over the winter. The idea is to place vertical strings on each side to which the clematis will happily cling. When it is pruning time cut the strings and shear to the desired height. This will be very easy and avoids having to disentangle lots of clingy growth.
It is also good for any climbing plant like honeysuckle and the like. You could even grow a rose up it but you would have to rename it to avoid confusion.
Galvanising add £30. Powder Coating add £30.
The Hexagon Rose Tower
The Rose Tower is a vertical straight sided structure 2000mm high with 6 legs and 5 hoops of 400mm diameter. 350mm in addition to the stated height is added for placing into the ground. I have deliberately designed a straight sided tower because roses grow with more breadth as they get taller. There is nothing more frustrating than trying to tie in your flourishing climber to a support that is too narrow.
Galvanising add £30. Powder Coating add £30