Cat Standing Topiary frame

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Cat Standing Topiary frame


This is the' Aristocats' topiary for your garden whether you use it for ornamental floral display or to perhaps protect new seedlings from the birds as this cat can be @where its at' this topiary if planted well will give hours of floral pleasure. As with all our topiary frames it is made from strong metal wire, welded together and to prevent rusting. Is coated with a special covering This Frame consist of two or more parts which is connected by cable ties which are supplied, making it easy to fill with moss and plant.. We do strongly recommend to use plants that like the same conditions. Rockery type plants, which are invasive and low growing, make great topiaries. When using hardy plants for the topiary frame, it can stay outside during the winter. With non-hardy plants it is best to water the topiary before the frost, at least once a month and leave in a protected area. Smaller leaved plants work best on smaller animals. All metal wires have a diameter from 2 to 18mm. and can be pre-mossed and planted if specified.

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Standing Cat Topiary Frame - Mossed
Standing Cat Topiary Frame
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"These topiary wire frames are made from strong welded wires, with a net of mesh wire over the frame. Everything is epoxy coated to prevent rusting. The bottom of the frame has a large hole, which allows you to create a real topiary with a box or privet, or to fill the frame with sphagnum moss.

For immediate impact, you can buy the frame ready filled with moss to give instant topiary figures, this requires no maintenance or watering as the moss is already dried, and it can be left outside. "

Measures approx. 46cm H, 44cm D, 14cm W
Instant Moss topiary is just that – You can have your chosen topiary shape and feature today. We start with a metal or mesh fame. This comes in two parts and will be fixed together by cable ties. The traditionalist can buy this frame and fix it around box hedges or trees. We however fill these frames with sphagnum moss, the same type as used to line hanging baskets. The two halves of the frame are packed and crammed with moss as tight as possible and then cable tied together. Excess and protruding moss is then trimmed using scissors. Many people are then happy with their chosen animal or shape and introduce it as a maintenance free ‘mossed’ feature to the garden. The finishing touch is planting up your chosen animal or shape. We soak the moss shape. Using a screwdriver we poke holes where wish to plant and insert the young plants. Larger plants should actually be secured from the inside before securing with ties. We find semparvariums are excellent plants to use since they quickly grow. The worst that will happen now is that the shape gets too wet over winter and the moss springs out over the frame. In which case trim the moss in the spring. Keep it watered as you would a hanging basket and plants will continue to flourish in it.

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