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Climbing Plants

The Spiraclimb is a great product that is simple and easy to use. I was very impressed with the results in my garden. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to grow climbing plants, whether in the house, greenhouse or outside!

Climbing Plant Support
 

Mrs Sargison, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.

 

Climbing Plants

My tomato plants are doing better than ever this year, now I'm using Spiraclimb! I've also been growing runner beans and peas with fantastic results. I'd definitely recommend Spiraclimb to all my green fingered friends.

Climbing Plant Support
 

Mrs Reid, West Malling, Kent.

 

Indoor Patio Plants

The Spiraclimb is an effective frame system, which allows plants to grow with more lateral growth and flower-buds, and is ideal for patio climbing plants as well as indoor and conservatory climbers. Made using galvanised, tempered spring steel, the Spiraclimb has a long life and, being obelisk shaped, adds a very stylish look to many plants. Available via the website, So get online and place your order.

Greenhouse Plants
 

Country Gardener Magazine

 

Spiraclimb - For Climbing Plants

The Spiraclimb is a professional, yet easy, way to grow tropical climbing or vining plants like passiflora, jasmine, bougainvillea or thunbergia. Plants grown on a Spiraclimb are full of healthy side leaf growth and flower buds. When plants reach the top, simply train them to grow back down again for full specimens. Spiraclimb is easy-to-use. Secure the bottom hook into the hollow center at the end of a 3-4' long bamboo cane. Gently stretch the Spiraclimb and secure the top hook into the other end of the cane. Position the Spiraclimb and bamboo cane securely into the soil. Now your plants can climb as high as nature intended!

Climbing Plants
 

Logee's Tropical Plants

 

Spiraclimb - For Climbing Plants

I can see the virtue of Spiraclimb, a simple piece of galvanised spring steel which can be attached to the top and bottom of a one-meter cane, placed in a pot with a climbing plant to ensure a leafier plant with more side growths and flower buds, without any tying in.

Climbing Plants
 

Ursula Buchan, Country & Garden Weekend Review, The Independent