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This fence post helps to complete the look which willow and hazel hurdles bring to your garden and create a more rustic woodland aesthetic compared to traditional fencing.
Alternatively, this fence post can be used with our range of screening products to create beautiful natural barriers in your garden. When combined with screening, this fence post can also be used to divide areas of your garden for practical or aesthetic purposes, screening vegetable patches away from encroaching pets or creating a lovely backdrop to your flowerbeds.
Note: priced per pole
This posts should be measured against the hurdles to find the correct height. As it is completely natural it can be cut to any length desired for example one could cut several at different heights to make a staggered look to make a striking garden feature.
You can easily attach the hurdles to the fence post with galvanised wire, cable ties or screws/nails.
Please Note: You should have at least 18 inches of post in the ground to ensure stable support, more if the site is exposed.
Reviewed by Which? Gardening as: "Simple to use and easier to keep straight than a metal spike"
This product will provide you with a manual means of creating five inch diameter post holes. The auger has a smaller locating screw, making it easier to start the hole.
"No problems. Straightforward and hassle frer"
Reviewed Monday, 20 February 2017
"Not one deliverd was straight all three where bowed ??"
Reviewed Wednesday, 24 August 2016
Reviewed Wednesday, 18 May 2016
"Excellent quality product"
Reviewed Monday, 16 May 2016
"Good quaility fence posts, not a lot of twisting."
Reviewed Monday, 18 April 2016
"Arrived on time and the hurdles look really nice when installed."
Reviewed Thursday, 21 January 2016
"The posts are fine and as expected"
Reviewed Sunday, 20 December 2015
"Quick and efficient"
Reviewed Friday, 17 July 2015
"Great post! Great price! Will definitely buy more from Primrose!"
Reviewed Wednesday, 29 April 2015