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Blooma Oak Spike Log roll (H)150mm (L)1.1m
- Purpose - Creating borders for flower beds or lawn edges
Features and benefits
This stained oak border will define your flowerbed, giving a beautiful touch to your landscape. The border gives relief & depth to your garden, lengthening perspectives, harmonizing volumes & colours or by marking the aisles. The product is adjustable & ready-to-use
- It is equipped with a carry handle
- The product has galvanized wire & can be assembled & fixed with nails
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Fittings & fixings included||Fittings & fixings not included|
|Resistant to rot||Rot resistant|
Matchcarp - 3 months ago
Have to agree with others on here who have given this item 5 stars - It’s the user not the product that’s at fault. Use the correct tools for the job (rubber mallet), mark out and then I hammered a sash chisel (broad flat blade) into the ground where each stake is to be driven in then simply stand the roll in position and hammer home the posts into the prepared ground with a rubber mallet, job done. Yes the odd staple might drop out but come on, you can’t fix that??
ag21 - 3 months ago
Bought a few to see what they would look like and going back today for the rest. Rolled out and laid flat on grass and tapped with rubber mallet to flatten out first before knocking into place. Went in with no problem or damage and it looks great.
Ak88 - 8 months ago
Lay the border face up and staples down. Tap with a rubber mallet to straighten them out. Use s rubber mallet to knock them in the ground. Strong and sturdy and none of them broke or hot damaged. Not sure why some people are complaining. Probably doing it wrong!
Kathy108 - 10 months ago
Bought to replace rotten edging. A lot of the staples come away when your stretching them out. I advise you to put some more substancial ones in to hold in place.
Great little fence
Poddy4 - 11 months ago
Honestly dont know what people are moaning about! Lovely little fence great colour and size. Some of the wires were a bit tight so I gently knocked the wooden pieces straight. Tapped into the ground with rubber mallet. Not one bit broke like other people have mentioned. Will definitely be buying more!