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Laurel Expanding Leaf Trellis from Aldi for pre-order. £24.99 plus £6.95 delivery
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Laurel Expanding Leaf Trellis from Aldi for pre-order. £24.99 plus £6.95 delivery

£31.94 £6.95 Aldi Deals
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Posted 26th Apr

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Laurel Expanding Leaf Trellis available for pre-order delivery. Dispatching 3rd of May. (In-store from 3rd of May).

Great reviews from last year, natural willow expanding trellis with realistic looking laurel leaves. Can be used as screening to add a bit more privacy and brighten up your garden fence, balcony etc. Would look great behind your new aldi rattan sofa...

£24.99 each but delivery is £6.95 whether you order 1 or 5 of them.

I’ve just ordered almost identical from the Range for £29.99 each plus more expensive delivery, wish I’d seen this first!
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Info:

Dimensions:
100 x 200cm (approx.)
Material:
PE Plastic, Natural Willow
Product Type:
Decorative Accessories
Whether you're looking to soften a bare wall or fence and inject a little colour and foliage to your outdoor space; or if you want to give yourself a little more privacy, then this Laurel Expanding Leaf Trellis will work wonders! With no watering needed, this low-maintenance pretty leaf effect trellis is perfect for allergy sufferers, and is safe for pets to be around, too. Made from natural willow, this trellis is UV protected and can be used vertically or horizontally!

Features
Realistic Laurel leaves attached to a natural willow extendable trellis
UV-protected
Can be used vertically or horizontally
An elegant alternative to traditional fences
No maintenance required
Easy to fit
Guarantee/Warranty
1 Year
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Why not just buy a wooden trellis and plant some climbers that would benefit wildlife?
Feel free not to buy if it’s not your thing
Great if the wildlife in your garden is mainly rubber ducks and Haribo worms
I don't get this. Not voting either way but surely you'd be better off with real plants
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Looks like the same ones Home Bargains have had in. Same price there but obviously harder to track down as stock levels vary so much.

Other than the delivery cost being a bit steep these are great!
Manchester_lad26/04/2020 23:12

Looks like the same ones Home Bargains have had in. Same price there but …Looks like the same ones Home Bargains have had in. Same price there but obviously harder to track down as stock levels vary so much. Other than the delivery cost being a bit steep these are great!


Not as steep as my £20 delivery from the range but I have seen those ones in use and they look great so I’m hopeful it will brighten up a drab garden fence and provide some privacy from next door
Great if the wildlife in your garden is mainly rubber ducks and Haribo worms
Why not just buy a wooden trellis and plant some climbers that would benefit wildlife?
Feel free not to buy if it’s not your thing
I don't get this. Not voting either way but surely you'd be better off with real plants
I have a couple of these, the real plants do not work for what I needed. However, this is quite expensive IMO. I've paid £16 at Home Bargains, also TJ Hughes (now closed, or at least my local is closed) had them for £19.99, Wilko has them for £20.
I think the most expensive I came across was about £25. Not voting!
Edited by: "sheffield788" 27th Apr
I think the home bargains ones were the ivy ones, I may be wrong, but b&m have laurel for £30 and ivy for £20. I prefer the laurel, I think it looks a bit fuller and different tones on the leaves but yes you can get cheaper versions
sashahook26/04/2020 23:36

Why not just buy a wooden trellis and plant some climbers that would …Why not just buy a wooden trellis and plant some climbers that would benefit wildlife?


Ain't nobady got time for that...
Phlop026/04/2020 23:40

I don't get this. Not voting either way but surely you'd be better off …I don't get this. Not voting either way but surely you'd be better off with real plants


If it works in the space and you prefer it then yes of course, plant some plants, but for the area I am using it real plants wouldn’t work
Edited by: "glasgowgirl" 27th Apr
Are these hardy?

GIF
Edited by: "COUPONKEV" 27th Apr
sashahook26/04/2020 23:36

Why not just buy a wooden trellis and plant some climbers that would …Why not just buy a wooden trellis and plant some climbers that would benefit wildlife?


I’m with you but everything has its purpose... For me - whilst I have some recently planted laurels, which in years to come will grow to cover my rear fence, I’ve ordered some of these to cover the top trellis section of the fence for instant privacy in the meantime. I can then re-purpose them to make some of the house exterior walls look more vibrant, where there is block paving or drains, making it otherwise impractical to plant climbers.
I had just added 2 to my basket at The Range at £29.99 each then noticed they wanted £19.95 for delivery so sadly deleted it, couldn't sleep so here I am and saw this...4 ordered so I can totally block certain neighbours...great find...many thanks glasgowgirl
COUPONKEV26/04/2020 23:54

Are these hardy?


also,feel free to opt for lavender or cut grass scent 40549755-R1HZD.jpg
Edited by: "pmaker" 27th Apr
glasgowgirl26/04/2020 23:37

Feel free not to buy if it’s not your thing


Thank god for a minute I thought I was obliged to buy by opening up this post.
Laurel or Yanni?
Bush is back!
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This is the ivy one from home bargains 24.99 it brightens up my back and I don’t have to look after it(y)
Wondering if fairy lights will go amongst this or would that be dangerous?
Can it stand independently or does it need to be attached to something?
Cheers ordered
decosparkle2527/04/2020 09:33

Can it stand independently or does it need to be attached to something?


I did wonder this myself for hiding bins!

I imagine you’d need to attach it to something on at least 2 sides for it to be sturdy enough, like 2 posts maybe
danetownsend27/04/2020 09:17

Wondering if fairy lights will go amongst this or would that be dangerous?


LEDs would probably work? They don’t heat up do they? (I’m no expert tho!!)
Great shout. Just found some LED net lights that should look good amongst this trellis
decosparkle2527/04/2020 09:33

Can it stand independently or does it need to be attached to something?


No they can’t stand on its own they have to be attached
danetownsend27/04/2020 09:17

Wondering if fairy lights will go amongst this or would that be dangerous?


Yes fairy lights would work, it’s like an artificial tree so why not?
Flapjackdoodoo26/04/2020 23:33

Great if the wildlife in your garden is mainly rubber ducks and Haribo …Great if the wildlife in your garden is mainly rubber ducks and Haribo worms


These are great for areas where you dont want to dig up your patio, also real laurel plants have large roots that grow very deep. Thanks for post.
I need to cover up an unsightly concrete garage, wondering should i buy this? or keep looking at the unsightly mess for about 3-4 years while real plants establish. Some people cant see past the end of their noses! Great instant impact product
jonno_p27/04/2020 14:20

I need to cover up an unsightly concrete garage, wondering should i buy …I need to cover up an unsightly concrete garage, wondering should i buy this? or keep looking at the unsightly mess for about 3-4 years while real plants establish. Some people cant see past the end of their noses! Great instant impact product


Patience is a virtue,and where will this end up in a few years time, landfill?
Thyme27/04/2020 01:00

I’m with you but everything has its purpose... For me - whilst I have some …I’m with you but everything has its purpose... For me - whilst I have some recently planted laurels, which in years to come will grow to cover my rear fence, I’ve ordered some of these to cover the top trellis section of the fence for instant privacy in the meantime. I can then re-purpose them to make some of the house exterior walls look more vibrant, where there is block paving or drains, making it otherwise impractical to plant climbers.


can always plant climbers in troughs, much better for the planet.
sashahook26/04/2020 23:36

Why not just buy a wooden trellis and plant some climbers that would …Why not just buy a wooden trellis and plant some climbers that would benefit wildlife?


From product description: "Covered in pretty green laurel-shaped leaves, these will instantly transform your garden while you wait for your climbers to flourish."
Eco warriors out in force today I see.Great for those who don't want back yards infested with flies and wasps and another annoying insects.
Edited by: "muckspreader1" 27th Apr
sashahook26/04/2020 23:36

Why not just buy a wooden trellis and plant some climbers that would …Why not just buy a wooden trellis and plant some climbers that would benefit wildlife?


Put simply, I can't be bothered.
If like my neighbour then you'd have this to accompany the artificial grass, purple/green day glow plastic plants, plastic forest animals and a hot tub with a home made wooden bar. Yes he is single and in his 50's.
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