Bamboo Canes

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Type Hedge Planting Kit
  Buy 50 or more bareroot items and save

SIZES 1-49 50-9991000+
90 cm Plenty of Stock£0.22Plenty of Stock£0.18Plenty of Stock£0.17
6ft/1.8m Plenty of Stock£2.64Plenty of Stock£2.16Plenty of Stock£1.80
8ft/2.4m Plenty of Stock£3.30Plenty of Stock£2.58Plenty of Stock£2.22
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Bamboo Canes

Even if you live in a very sheltered area, young hedges are best supported by a cane while they establish. If rabbits are in your area, your plants will need a spiral guard, which is supported by a cane (unless the plant is already established or otherwise staked.).

Please note that we do not sell canes without plants - one cane per plant. You can find our Spiral rabbit guards here.

Health warning. Canes should be handled with care. The principal risks are:

  • They can be difficult to see end ways on. So please be careful of canes around eyes. Especially when bending down and weeding in between plants with canes and spirals
  • They are a natural, woody product. The nodes can have sharp edges and if the can breaks it can produce unpleasant splinters. So we advise wearing gloves when handling them.

Planting times for barerrot plant is November to April
Bareroot and potted - what' s the difference?

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