The Reed Screening was of an excellent quality and a very good price, Including free delivery. You could not ask for any better.
Ideal for disguising existing fencing or walls, this reed screening is perfect for bringing back a touch of rusticity to your garden. This robust yet eco-friendly screening has been hand made from natural materials to give it a truly organic feel. This versatile screening has a number of uses around the garden and is not only great for disguising a fence, but can also be used to create a privacy screen or to block the view of compost heaps and bins. It can also be used over arbours and pergolas to create soft, natural shade.
Each roll of screening is made of individual vertical reeds (each vertical is a complete reed - there are no breaks). The average width of each reed is 5mm, varying from 3mm to 10mm. The reeds are tied together with horizontal wires positioned 10cm apart.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a natural product and there will be variations from roll to roll and cane to cane. We cannot guarantee each roll or cane are identical as colour, width and length will vary. For example, the width/thickness of each cane in the same roll will vary between 5mm and 15mm. The average width is approx 7mm.
Thanks to Mr D for this photo of the reed screening used on the underside of his roof.
Thanks to Briony Stebbings for these photos of the peeled reed screening in her garden.
"The fencing came quickly and what we paid the product does exactly what we wanted"
Reviewed Saturday, 27 August 2016
"Good value for money"
Reviewed Monday, 15 August 2016
"Does the job of covering our tatty fence perfectly!"
Reviewed Sunday, 14 August 2016
"Good price for a good product."
"Speedy and efficient."
Reviewed Wednesday, 3 August 2016
Reviewed Tuesday, 19 July 2016
"product as described. Ideal for the purpose it was required"
Reviewed Monday, 18 July 2016
"Very quick delivery, ahead of schedule."
Reviewed Sunday, 17 July 2016
"Perfect for screening against metal gates."
Reviewed Wednesday, 13 July 2016
Reviewed Saturday, 2 July 2016