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Cream obelisk?

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Chippychop Wed 13-May-15 18:41:27

Anyone seen any wood or metal - decent quality but mustnt cost the earth. At least c2m?

cooper44 Wed 13-May-15 22:08:32

the nicest ones I know of are Wooden Garden Obelisks but they are not the cheapest - but lovely quality and you can choose your colour.

evelynj Fri 15-May-15 22:44:32

I also really want a couple of nice obelisks for my sweet peas this year. The cheap ones I've been using are too small or too ugly.

B&q have triangular wooden trellis types for about £30 that aren't too bad but not to my taste. My nearby independent garden centre have some nice metal ones quite large but about £50 iirc but I think I, just going to bite the bullet &'buy them as I would normally dither & research for ages & be annoyingly indecisive!

Unless anyone has any other great recs?

shovetheholly Mon 18-May-15 09:27:19

You could build your own out of cheap or reclaimed timber and paint it - there are lots of plans online and they don't look that difficult to do.

evelynj Tue 19-May-15 00:04:09

Shove-thanks, I think I will try that-nothing to loose even though I have zero skills!

shovetheholly Tue 19-May-15 08:10:12

cheers *Evelynj Go for it! Some of the designs say that they are easier because you don't have to do one of those cuts on the diagonal with a saw. (There is probably a technical term for them, but I have no clue!) And post us a picture when you are proudly done of your shiny new obelisk!

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