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Contemporary Split Hazel Hurdles Fencing Panel 1.82m (6ft) - By Papillon™

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These split hazel hurdles are an excellent alternative to more traditional garden fencing, and can also be used as garden screening or windbreaks. These panels can make your garden more visually interesting and can even be used as a base for climbing plants. The natural construction of these panels will guarantee that each panel is unique and also incredibly hardwearing. With regular treatment a hazel hurdle should last up to eight years in an ordinary garden.

Features

  • Durable and hardwearing hazel construction will withstand poor weather and strong winds
  • Can last up to eight years with proper care and wood treatment
  • Adds a unique and rustic feel to your garden
  • Can be used to hide unsightly features in your garden or make constructions like decks more visually interesting

Please Note: The height refers to the horizontal woven section - the vertical stakes sticking out at the top and bottom add up to an extra 6 inches.

These striking panels feature a unique pattern of split hazel rods to give your garden a traditional, rustic feel. Made entirely by hands by skilled craftsmen, these panels are sure to become a long-lasting addition to your garden. Perfect for disguising an old fence, hiding unsightly compost bins or for adding some extra privacy to your garden, these panels can be used free-standing or attached to existing garden fences, stone walls or arbours.

Please note: While the utmost care has been taken to ensure that colour and width is uniform, we cannot guarantee that all of the screening will be identical due to its natural construction. If the colour of your screening is not uniform, this is probably caused by moisture in the wood. After a few weeks of being in your garden, the screening will dry and weather and the colour will even out.

Warping or bending is also common in new hurdles due to the moisture retained in the materials. To resolve this, simply lay the hurdles flat in your garden for a few days where they will dry, relax and straighten out.

  • Extra large W 180cm H 180cm (6ft).

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