Treated Softwood Stakes

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Type Tree Planting Kit

Stakes - Softwood for Tree Guards
Softwood Stakes 90 or 120cm

See full product description Bareroot Plant

  Buy 10 or more bareroot items and save

SIZES 1-9 10-4950-249250-9991000+
90 cm Plenty of Stock£1.08Plenty of Stock£0.84Plenty of Stock£0.72Plenty of Stock£0.60Plenty of Stock£0.48
120 cm Plenty of Stock£1.44Plenty of Stock£1.20Plenty of Stock£1.08Plenty of Stock£0.96Plenty of Stock£0.72
  Prices include VAT

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Stakes for Tree Guards

These are treated, top quality softwood stakes, which are meant to be used to support our regular tree guards. Use the 90cm stake (25mm square) for 60cm tree guards and the 120cm stakes (32mm square) for 120cm tree guards.


Heavy duty tree guards do not need a stake.
Although not designed for the purpose, the 120cm stakes can also be used as supports for small trees up to 1.75m that are not carrying too much leaf.
For any large tree, such as ornamental standards and fruit trees (half-standard or bush sizes) a large tree stake is necessary.

Please note that softwood stakes are heavy and so our higher carriage charge applies to smaller orders containing them.


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

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