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Taylors Clematis :: **NEW FOR 2019 :: Clematis Mesh
 

Clematis Clematis Mesh

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Clematis Clematis Mesh
Clematis Clematis Mesh

 

Price:

£20.00

 
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Just £4 Per square Metre in either Green or Brown

Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, Clematis Support, Clematis wire, Clematis Fencing. Call it what you will, We now supply the best quality type that you can get to ensure the job is don't properly! This tough durable, thick clematis mesh gets our seal of approval. Its 1 metre high and has 50mm spacing's which is idea for clematis and all other climbing plants to grow on. Don't get me wrong there are many different types of this out there, but many are thin and flimsy (and often only 0.5 metre high / half a metre high). Clematis need something that's tough and durable to grow on and this is the stuff for the job! We have it in Green and Brown and can supply in lengths of 5 Metres / 10 Metres / 15 metres or 20 Metres. Please see my pictures below taken in various areas of the nursery to try and show the size/ length and quality of this Meshing. The Thick coated rubberised plastic makes this product weather resistant and rot resistant - it will also never fade, so will always look as good as the day it was put up. As its so thick you can even use it as fencing if you wish as it has the ability to stand upright. THE AVERAGE FENCE PANEL IS 2 METRES WIDE, THIS MESH WORKS OUT AT JUST £4 PER SQUARE METRE

 

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Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, Clematis Support, Clematis wire, Clematis Fencing.

Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, Clematis Support, Clematis wire, Clematis Fencing.



Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, IN GREEN OR BROWN BOTH A METRE HIGH

Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, IN GREEN OR BROWN BOTH A METRE HIGH



Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting,CUT IT IN HALF AND USE ON LOW WALLS

Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting,CUT IT IN HALF AND USE ON LOW WALLS



Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, ON THE DECKING - MORE THAN ENOUGH

Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, ON THE DECKING - MORE THAN ENOUGH



Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, AT THE SIDE OF THE PORCH- JUST RIGHT FOR UNDER THE WINDOW

Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, AT THE SIDE OF THE PORCH- JUST RIGHT FOR UNDER THE WINDOW



Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, AGAINST THE VAN

Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, AGAINST THE VAN



Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, Clematis Support, Clematis wire, Clematis Fencing.

Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, Clematis Support, Clematis wire, Clematis Fencing.



Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, Clematis Support, Clematis wire, Clematis Fencing.

Clematis Mesh, Clematis Netting, Clematis Support, Clematis wire, Clematis Fencing.



2O METRE ROLL FULLY OUT ON OUR BACK LAWN

2O METRE ROLL FULLY OUT ON OUR BACK LAWN



20 METRES COVERS A LOT OF GROUND/AREA

20 METRES COVERS A LOT OF GROUND/AREA



START THE MESH JUST ABOVE THE GRAVEL BOARD AND ROLL IT OUT

START THE MESH JUST ABOVE THE GRAVEL BOARD AND ROLL IT OUT



20 METRES HELD UP BY US TO SHOW YOU HOW FAR IT GOES

20 METRES HELD UP BY US TO SHOW YOU HOW FAR IT GOES



10 METRES LAID DOWN ON THE FLOOR

10 METRES LAID DOWN ON THE FLOOR



 

FAQs

Triternata Rubromarginata

This question was asked by
- Susan

Help in nursing home and improving the garden. Have old summer house and this looks perfect to grow over the summer house for summer smell and flowers It is a mature gardens so lots of shade.
Wondering if it would grow in a large pot?.

Hi Susan yes it would, no problem. You will need some sort of mesh or netting to fix to your summerhouse 1st , maybe take a look at ours as its only £4 per metre







CLEMATIS MESH/SUPPORT


Chris and Suzy

Clematis age

This question was asked by
- Oli

What age are the Clematis armandii 'Apple Blossom' that you sell, and are they available immediately? Thanks! Oli

Hi Oli, all our plants are at least 2 years old growing in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps yes they are available now (see link below)



Appleblossom


Chris and Suzy

Clematis Mesh

This question was asked by
- Marie

5 mtrs green clematis mesh .
what fastenings are best to use attaching to a wall.
My clematis I purchased from you last year are looking good new growth.
many thanks Marie

Hi, I normally drill a hole and use a raw plug then I put in a hook and do this several times until it’s all just where I want it.

Then with a pair of plyers I close up the hooks (which In theory turns them into an eye)

Hope this makes sense


Chris and Suzy

Advice

This question was asked by
- Sheila

Hi
I am going to order another couple of clematis from you and would like to grow one along a wattle fence that is under a big sycamore tree. It gets sun for some part of the day, but the ground is fairly dry although has been enriched by leaf mould over the years. Is there a clematis that would thrive in these conditions?
Kind regards
Sheila

Hi Sheila I think you will be best off choosing from our viticella range as these will be the best for your job.

You may need to also attach some of our mesh to the fence as (depending on how tight your weave is the may not be able to climb on it all on their own)

Please see links below. As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps





Clematis - Viticella



Clematis Mesh


Chris and Suzy

CLEMATIS MESH/SUPPORT

This question was asked by
- Carole

What would you use to attach the clematis mesh to a fence ?
I have only found on your site how to fix it to a wall
Many thanks
Carole

Hi Carole, we use ‘horse shoe’ nails to attach to wooden fences or I suppose you could use hooks ? It’s up to you really but the horseshoe nails would be my chosen method

Many thanks

Chris



Clematis Mesh


Chris and Suzy

Triternata Rubromarginata

This question was asked by
- Susan

Help in nursing home and improving the garden. Have old summer house and this looks perfect to grow over the summer house for summer smell and flowers It is a mature gardens so lots of shade.
Wondering if it would grow in a large pot?.

Hi Susan yes it would, no problem. You will need some sort of mesh or netting to fix to your summerhouse 1st , maybe take a look at ours as its only £4 per metre







CLEMATIS MESH/SUPPORT


Chris and Suzy

Clematis age

This question was asked by
- Oli

What age are the Clematis armandii 'Apple Blossom' that you sell, and are they available immediately? Thanks! Oli

Hi Oli, all our plants are at least 2 years old growing in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps yes they are available now (see link below)



Appleblossom


Chris and Suzy

Clematis Mesh

This question was asked by
- Marie

5 mtrs green clematis mesh .
what fastenings are best to use attaching to a wall.
My clematis I purchased from you last year are looking good new growth.
many thanks Marie

Hi, I normally drill a hole and use a raw plug then I put in a hook and do this several times until it’s all just where I want it.

Then with a pair of plyers I close up the hooks (which In theory turns them into an eye)

Hope this makes sense


Chris and Suzy

Advice

This question was asked by
- Sheila

Hi
I am going to order another couple of clematis from you and would like to grow one along a wattle fence that is under a big sycamore tree. It gets sun for some part of the day, but the ground is fairly dry although has been enriched by leaf mould over the years. Is there a clematis that would thrive in these conditions?
Kind regards
Sheila

Hi Sheila I think you will be best off choosing from our viticella range as these will be the best for your job.

You may need to also attach some of our mesh to the fence as (depending on how tight your weave is the may not be able to climb on it all on their own)

Please see links below. As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps





Clematis - Viticella



Clematis Mesh


Chris and Suzy

CLEMATIS MESH/SUPPORT

This question was asked by
- Carole

What would you use to attach the clematis mesh to a fence ?
I have only found on your site how to fix it to a wall
Many thanks
Carole

Hi Carole, we use ‘horse shoe’ nails to attach to wooden fences or I suppose you could use hooks ? It’s up to you really but the horseshoe nails would be my chosen method

Many thanks

Chris



Clematis Mesh


Chris and Suzy

Triternata Rubromarginata

This question was asked by
- Susan

Help in nursing home and improving the garden. Have old summer house and this looks perfect to grow over the summer house for summer smell and flowers It is a mature gardens so lots of shade.
Wondering if it would grow in a large pot?.

Hi Susan yes it would, no problem. You will need some sort of mesh or netting to fix to your summerhouse 1st , maybe take a look at ours as its only £4 per metre







CLEMATIS MESH/SUPPORT


Chris and Suzy

Clematis age

This question was asked by
- Oli

What age are the Clematis armandii 'Apple Blossom' that you sell, and are they available immediately? Thanks! Oli

Hi Oli, all our plants are at least 2 years old growing in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps yes they are available now (see link below)



Appleblossom


Chris and Suzy

Clematis Mesh

This question was asked by
- Marie

5 mtrs green clematis mesh .
what fastenings are best to use attaching to a wall.
My clematis I purchased from you last year are looking good new growth.
many thanks Marie

Hi, I normally drill a hole and use a raw plug then I put in a hook and do this several times until it’s all just where I want it.

Then with a pair of plyers I close up the hooks (which In theory turns them into an eye)

Hope this makes sense


Chris and Suzy

Advice

This question was asked by
- Sheila

Hi
I am going to order another couple of clematis from you and would like to grow one along a wattle fence that is under a big sycamore tree. It gets sun for some part of the day, but the ground is fairly dry although has been enriched by leaf mould over the years. Is there a clematis that would thrive in these conditions?
Kind regards
Sheila

Hi Sheila I think you will be best off choosing from our viticella range as these will be the best for your job.

You may need to also attach some of our mesh to the fence as (depending on how tight your weave is the may not be able to climb on it all on their own)

Please see links below. As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps





Clematis - Viticella



Clematis Mesh


Chris and Suzy

CLEMATIS MESH/SUPPORT

This question was asked by
- Carole

What would you use to attach the clematis mesh to a fence ?
I have only found on your site how to fix it to a wall
Many thanks
Carole

Hi Carole, we use ‘horse shoe’ nails to attach to wooden fences or I suppose you could use hooks ? It’s up to you really but the horseshoe nails would be my chosen method

Many thanks

Chris



Clematis Mesh


Chris and Suzy

Triternata Rubromarginata

This question was asked by
- Susan

Help in nursing home and improving the garden. Have old summer house and this looks perfect to grow over the summer house for summer smell and flowers It is a mature gardens so lots of shade.
Wondering if it would grow in a large pot?.

Hi Susan yes it would, no problem. You will need some sort of mesh or netting to fix to your summerhouse 1st , maybe take a look at ours as its only £4 per metre







CLEMATIS MESH/SUPPORT


Chris and Suzy

Clematis age

This question was asked by
- Oli

What age are the Clematis armandii 'Apple Blossom' that you sell, and are they available immediately? Thanks! Oli

Hi Oli, all our plants are at least 2 years old growing in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps yes they are available now (see link below)



Appleblossom


Chris and Suzy

Clematis Mesh

This question was asked by
- Marie

5 mtrs green clematis mesh .
what fastenings are best to use attaching to a wall.
My clematis I purchased from you last year are looking good new growth.
many thanks Marie

Hi, I normally drill a hole and use a raw plug then I put in a hook and do this several times until it’s all just where I want it.

Then with a pair of plyers I close up the hooks (which In theory turns them into an eye)

Hope this makes sense


Chris and Suzy

Advice

This question was asked by
- Sheila

Hi
I am going to order another couple of clematis from you and would like to grow one along a wattle fence that is under a big sycamore tree. It gets sun for some part of the day, but the ground is fairly dry although has been enriched by leaf mould over the years. Is there a clematis that would thrive in these conditions?
Kind regards
Sheila

Hi Sheila I think you will be best off choosing from our viticella range as these will be the best for your job.

You may need to also attach some of our mesh to the fence as (depending on how tight your weave is the may not be able to climb on it all on their own)

Please see links below. As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps





Clematis - Viticella



Clematis Mesh


Chris and Suzy

CLEMATIS MESH/SUPPORT

This question was asked by
- Carole

What would you use to attach the clematis mesh to a fence ?
I have only found on your site how to fix it to a wall
Many thanks
Carole

Hi Carole, we use ‘horse shoe’ nails to attach to wooden fences or I suppose you could use hooks ? It’s up to you really but the horseshoe nails would be my chosen method

Many thanks

Chris



Clematis Mesh


Chris and Suzy

Triternata Rubromarginata

This question was asked by
- Susan

Help in nursing home and improving the garden. Have old summer house and this looks perfect to grow over the summer house for summer smell and flowers It is a mature gardens so lots of shade.
Wondering if it would grow in a large pot?.

Hi Susan yes it would, no problem. You will need some sort of mesh or netting to fix to your summerhouse 1st , maybe take a look at ours as its only £4 per metre







CLEMATIS MESH/SUPPORT


Chris and Suzy

Clematis age

This question was asked by
- Oli

What age are the Clematis armandii 'Apple Blossom' that you sell, and are they available immediately? Thanks! Oli

Hi Oli, all our plants are at least 2 years old growing in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps yes they are available now (see link below)



Appleblossom


Chris and Suzy

Clematis Mesh

This question was asked by
- Marie

5 mtrs green clematis mesh .
what fastenings are best to use attaching to a wall.
My clematis I purchased from you last year are looking good new growth.
many thanks Marie

Hi, I normally drill a hole and use a raw plug then I put in a hook and do this several times until it’s all just where I want it.

Then with a pair of plyers I close up the hooks (which In theory turns them into an eye)

Hope this makes sense


Chris and Suzy

Advice

This question was asked by
- Sheila

Hi
I am going to order another couple of clematis from you and would like to grow one along a wattle fence that is under a big sycamore tree. It gets sun for some part of the day, but the ground is fairly dry although has been enriched by leaf mould over the years. Is there a clematis that would thrive in these conditions?
Kind regards
Sheila

Hi Sheila I think you will be best off choosing from our viticella range as these will be the best for your job.

You may need to also attach some of our mesh to the fence as (depending on how tight your weave is the may not be able to climb on it all on their own)

Please see links below. As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps





Clematis - Viticella



Clematis Mesh


Chris and Suzy

CLEMATIS MESH/SUPPORT

This question was asked by
- Carole

What would you use to attach the clematis mesh to a fence ?
I have only found on your site how to fix it to a wall
Many thanks
Carole

Hi Carole, we use ‘horse shoe’ nails to attach to wooden fences or I suppose you could use hooks ? It’s up to you really but the horseshoe nails would be my chosen method

Many thanks

Chris



Clematis Mesh


Chris and Suzy


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