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Also available in a heavily framed design (see below).
Width: 180cm (6ft) x Height: 182cm (6ft) x Thickness: 35mm
PLEASE NOTE: This is a natural product and there will be variations from panel to panel. We cannot guarantee each panel is identical as colour and rod width will vary.
You might also want to consider Willow Screening. Screening is cheaper, and allows you to cover existing walls or fences with natural willow.
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.
"Excellent product. I'm sure they will enhance our garden when they are erected."
Reviewed Wednesday, 22 August 2018
"Great fencing, gives privacy without blocking all light"
Reviewed Thursday, 28 June 2018
"To many questions on this already... I don't often leave and this is why #justsharing"
Reviewed Tuesday, 29 May 2018
"Well made and sturdy. I used the unframed hurdles previously and they were good, but the frames appear to a provide more robust structure. Time will tell when the withies get brittle..."
Reviewed Friday, 25 May 2018
"It’s good and looks nice hhh"
Reviewed Friday, 18 May 2018
"They are lovely the only reason I have given them 4 is that acouple had fallen over in transit and got a bitof damage, but I hid it behind the shrubs."
Reviewed Saturday, 14 April 2018
"Good quality item.Just as shown."
Reviewed Monday, 26 March 2018
"Great products and service. Fair pricing ."
Reviewed Sunday, 25 March 2018
"Really good service. Thank you."
Reviewed Thursday, 8 March 2018
"Great quality very sturdy good price"
Reviewed Tuesday, 23 January 2018