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Choose from a superb collection of accessories to further enhance any garden. Free Delivery anywhere in the UK mainland ! Look for the 'Buy 2 get the 3rd at HALF PRICE' offers...

Thatch Tiles - £110.00

Thatch tiles give a traditional thatch effect. They are simple to fix and are a cheaper alternative to conventional thatch. Priced for box of 6.

Examples include barbeque canopies, childrens play houses, garden sheds, bird aviaries, shelters, animal houses and gateways.

Sizes 80cm x 40cm
Overlap 10cm
Thickness 2cm
One box of 6 tiles covers 1.6sq m.


Thatch Tiles

Bamboo Fence Capping - £5.00

To enhance your screening and increase its longevity, cap your screening in bamboo.

ADD £5.00 per metre to your choice of screening; your purchase will be delivered already capped in lengths not exceeding 3m.


Bamboo Fence Capping

Willow Trellis - £20.00

This willow trellis is the ideal support to start training your climbers along. A must for every garden..

Size 3ft x 6ft


Willow Trellis

Willow Bundles - £30.00

Our natural willow bundles make a most attractive interior decoration and come in packs of 2.

Length 1.5m, Diameter 15cm


Willow Bundles

Water Reed Bundles - £20.00

Most commonly used in Thatching, water reed also makes a most attractive and long lasting display feature for both indoors and outdoors.

Price is for pack of 2.


Water Reed Bundles

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Turgis Court Farm, Stratfield Turgis, Hook, RG27 0AT
Tel:0845 600 9292  Fax: +44 (0)1256 883904
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