Freestanding Flower Circle from Grange Garden Products

Product Code: OAKCIRCPTG EAN: 5019063601869

(4.3) Based on 3 Reviews

Description

You may have seen these flower circles featured on 'Love Your Garden' with Alan Titchmarsh and on the John Cavill Moon Circle showgarden at Gardeners World Live 2014.

Each circle is composed of two timber circles closely connected with stainless steel rods. The effect that's created is that of an almost sculptural archway.

'The Grange Flower Circle can be used as a stand alone distinctive garden feature. If your kids love the TV series Stargate, you will love these'.

Each pack contains a single circle.

Flower Circle Features:

  • Elegant circular shape
  • Perfect for training climbing plants
  • Ideal sculptural centrepiece
  • Guaranteed against rot 

Flower Circle Dimensions:

  • Height: 2.28m (7ft 6ins)
  • Width: 2.39m (7ft 10ins)
  • Depth: 0.27m (11ins)                              
  • Distance between two circles approx 16.5cm (6.5ins)
  • Walkway area: 82cm (2ft 6ins)

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Grange use only the highest quality materials available and great care is taken to select the most suitable and environmentally acceptable timber for all of our products. Grange has a policy to protect the environment wherever they operate or source materials. We guarantee all pressure impregnated products for a minimum of 10 years against rot. This guarantee also applies to non-pressure impregnated products that are isolated from the ground by a timber or concrete gravel board.

PDFs

Freestanding Flower Circle Instructions

How to build a Pergola

Select Your Options

Step 1: Do You Require A FREE Ground Fixing Kit?

  • Spike Fixing Kit (FWSPK)

  • Bolt Down Anchor Kit (FWBDA)

Delivery Info

FREE Mainland UK Delivery*

All deliveries will be booked in first. Certain lines have extended delivery which is indicated within the product description. Grange Cabins may be subject to an additional delivery charge.

**Only one voucher code can be used per transaction.

QUALITY ASSURED
Grange are pledged to purchase an increasing proportion of their timber from forests environmentally well managed according to the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Standards. Furthermore, in 2004 all pressure treatment processes were changed to arsenic-free and as from 2006 they switched to Wolman CX8 preservative. They guarantee all pressure impregnated products (such as posts) for a minimum of 10 years against rot. This guarantee also applies to non-pressure impregnated products (such as panels and trellis) that are isolated from the ground by a timber or concrete gravel board.

Reviews (3)

Saw, bought, love

  • Delivery: Four Stars
  • Quality: Five Stars
  • Price: Five Stars

Saw these on TV, bought them and love the way they look in my garden. The kids seem to think that they are great as well. Will grow some climbers over them possibly but they have completely revitalised a tired landscape.

By E. K. L. , written on Tuesday 23rd, August, 2016.

Great for taking pictures inside

  • Delivery: Four Stars
  • Quality: Five Stars
  • Price: Four Stars

I love my new circular garden arch. I have placed it on the path that leads down my garden and everyone now want to go down to have a look at it and have their picture taken standing under it. Thank you to Nathan at GardenSite who recommended it to me x

By Katie , written on Monday 22nd, August, 2016.

Striking Addition

  • Delivery: Three Stars
  • Quality: Five Stars
  • Price: Four Stars

This Flower Circle is a very substantial piece of kit that is held together with heavy duty bolts that give added strength. I chose the version with spikes which anchor the circle into the ground. A great addition to our contemporary garden that hasn't gone unnoticed by friends. A striking form of arch but we have chosen not to grow any climbers over the structure.

By MTG , written on Saturday 20th, August, 2016.

Questions and Answers (5)

Marion Patterson Asked:

Are these flower circles really freestanding or is it advisable to use spikes to anchor them?

We Replied:

Dear Marion Thank you for your question. When you purchase you're able to choose between spikes for soft ground or a bolt down anchor kit for solid surfaces such as decking or slabs. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Nathan James Dodd

Tuesday 22nd, April, 2014
Jackie Asked:

Would I need to cement the ground spikes into the ground to hold the arch upright?

We Replied:

Dear Jackie Thank you for your question. We had this Flower Circle on display in our garden centre and we did cement them into the ground as our ground is fairly soft. However, it does depend on your ground. Obviously if they are cemented in, this will ensure that there is no movement. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Nathan James Dodd

Monday 09th, March, 2015
Jon Betts Asked:

How did you cement in the spikes? Presumably you assembled and positioned the circle first but how did you support the structure with the spikes in place and the cement still wet?

We Replied:

Dear Jon Thank you for your question. We only dug out a hole, but not the full length of the spikes, if that makes sense. The spikes went into the ground then we poured the cement / concrete with some stones to wedge the spikes into the holes. We then wedged two pieces of wood to provide a crutch while it set. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Nathan James Dodd

Friday 17th, April, 2015
Margaret Asked:

Would the arch hold a child's swing securely in the central position?

We Replied:

Dear Margaret Thank you for your question. No, I would not recommend this item as a swing frame. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Nathan James Dodd

Sunday 21st, June, 2015
Hazel Hogg Asked:

Can you bolt this down onto concrete, also what is the distance between the base of the circle (the walk area)?

We Replied:

Dear Hazel Thank you for your question. Yes you can, select the Bolt Down Anchor Kit Option about halfway down the page. The walkway area is 82cm (2ft 8ins). Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Zach Nicholson

Monday 01st, February, 2016

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