4ft Bamboo Canes x10 @ Poundland £1
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4ft Bamboo Canes x10 @ Poundland £1

SuperEd 12
SuperEd
Found 10th Mar 2014
Used these last year and still going strong and now back instore

A true garden staple. Buy your 4 foot garden canes today and prepare your garden for the season ahead

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I grow these things. I know i'am sad

Original Poster SuperEd

OldEnglish

I grow these things. I know i'am sad



Smart not sad

goonertillidie

Smart not sad



The father-in-law planted them in the garden about 10 years ago. They grow like mental. X)

What are these used for?

must not rush to poundland for 10 canes just because they are £1, must not rush to poundland for 10 canes just because they are £1..... lol ty gooner voted hot

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perfect for my pet panda

JollyEngland

What are these used for?



planting seeds 4ft in the ground.

Banned

Bit short tbh, 6ft canes for tomatos and 8ft canes for beans.

good for staking dahlias and other tall flowers. heat added

Musician

Bit short tbh, 6ft canes for tomatos and 8ft canes for beans.



If you grow tomato plants 6 foot high (or 5 foot with 1 foot of cane in the ground) your doing something very wrong Pinch out the new shoots after they reach 4 trusses (branches) high and you will get much better fruit.

Regarding these canes, all the pound shops have had them and like always get them quick or just the rubbish spindly ones will be left.

I also grow Bamboo in the garden, planted a smallish clump, about 2 foot square a few years ago and now its 10+ foot square and i cut down about 50x 10 foot canes a year out of it, to make 100x 5 footers.
Edited by: "Wibblefish" 10th Mar 2014

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Wibblefish

If you grow tomato plants 6 foot high (or 5 foot with 1 foot of cane in … If you grow tomato plants 6 foot high (or 5 foot with 1 foot of cane in the ground) your doing something very wrong Pinch out the new shoots after they reach 4 trusses (branches) high and you will get much better fruit. Regarding these canes, all the pound shops have had them and like always get them quick or just the rubbish spindly ones will be left. I also grow Bamboo in the garden, planted a smallish clump, about 2 foot square a few years ago and now its 10+ foot square and i cut down about 50x 10 foot canes a year out of it, to make 100x 5 footers.



I use grafted tomato plants but even if I didn't 3 foot is still a little short for 4 trusses in my opinion: If you use a four foot cane, only 3 foot of it sticks up above the ground. I'm also aware of pinching out the top at 4 trusses on a regular plant and pinching off side shoots having grown tomato's for 20 years, thanks for the tips anyway.

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