Katie G

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Posted: 21/08/2013 at 20:33

Thanks so much to all of you for your advice.  It's a relief to know that others had seen the same programme as I had begun to think I had dreamt it!


I'll certainly follow up all suggestions from builder's merchants to GW 'How To' section to farmers' suppliers.  All sound very promising.



Posted: 21/08/2013 at 11:06


I'm new to the forum and am hoping that I haven't missed an existing thread on this subject.  I'll be really grateful for any useful tips.

A few years back on a Gardeners' World programme Monty demonstrated making metal plant supports by bending a rod using a dustbin former.  I wish I'd noted more of the details, not least what metal rod he was using.  I've been told at a local diy store that unless it was aluminium (and I'm sure it wasn't) heat would have been needed!

Does anyone recall this programme and maybe given the plant supports a go?  I'd love to hear how successful you were - and of course what material you used as well as any tips you could give.  I have many herbaceous bedswhich I love, but purchasing ready-made supports is expensive.

many thanks

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