Whites 6mm x 20m Heavy Sisal Twine
Plant supports come in all shapes and sizes, but making one yourself lets you build one that suits both your plants and your space. This one, made from branches trimmed to size, is pretty, practical and cheap to make.
Cut the twine in half, knot the ends together and hang it from a hook.Measure 250mm down from the knot, thread both sides onto a rung, position it straight and knot underneath.
Measure 100mm down to position the next rung, knot and repeat with the remaining rungs,trimming the excess twine.
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