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This decorative artificial split bamboo screening is perfect for hiding unsightly features, disguising old fence panels or just for creating a secluded private area in your garden. This sturdy screening is great for all kinds of gardens and can really help to maintain your garden's natural beauty. It can also be used over arbours, pergolas and similar outdoor constructions to make a beautiful shady spot in which you and your loved ones can relax.
Designed to look just like real split bamboo, this screening is great for adding an organic touch to your garden while being easier to maintain. This artificial bamboo screening is easily attached to existing fences, walls or structures with galvanised wire or cable ties. Easy to set up and maintain, this screening can bring a touch of character to your garden, patio or even balcony for years to come. balkon
Please Note: As the bamboo slats are held together with cord, you will need to secure the cord with glue before cutting.
"Good value for price"
Reviewed Sunday, 31 July 2016
Reviewed Saturday, 4 June 2016
"Perfect for what I need."
Reviewed Sunday, 22 May 2016
"Well done for delivering order so promptly."
Reviewed Thursday, 17 March 2016
"Had it fitted yesterday , as i live in an old cottage it was a bit lower than the height you recommend so had to shorten the handle and it works fine now , would recommend it well made !!"
Reviewed Tuesday, 22 September 2015
"Well made and easy to install"
Reviewed Sunday, 2 August 2015
"Great product, easy to erect and looks good too."
Reviewed Wednesday, 20 May 2015
"Could be a bit thicker for strength but get what you pay for"
Reviewed Monday, 2 February 2015
"Delivery time was as stated, and the product very easy to use"
Reviewed Wednesday, 24 September 2014
"Very happy with product but the packaging was almost destroyed when it was delivered."
Reviewed Monday, 22 September 2014