Flexi-tie the essentials gardeners flexible friend. 

Struggling with balls of knotted garden twine? If like me you hate having to re-tie shrubs and climbers that have grown to big for their string ties! Then you are going to love switching to Flexi-tie the essential gardeners flexible friend.

I was thrilled to learn that some of my favourite garden essential items are now available to buy from Essentials Company online store.

If that wasn’t excitement enough, the essentials company have chosen a wonderful shade of sage green to ensure the Flexi ties remain supportive and yet hidden.

Flexible and friendly to delicate plant stems the flexi-tie comes in a handy roll of three sizes.

6mm x 33m perfect for tying heavy fruit trees branches to their support wires or frames, ideal for Espaliers and Cordon fruit on walls or tied to tensioned wire.

3.5mm x 35m wall shrubs and small trees need flexible support when tied onto pergola’s, walls or trellising, this mid sized roll of flexi-tie is also ideally for tying Tomatoes to canes and woody stems to supports.

2.5mm x 59m this huge roll of flex–tie will keep most gardeners supplied for a full season. This smallest grade of flexi-tie is despite it’s size, incredibly strong and flexible. Suitable for a wide range of plants, I use mine for tying in delicate Clematis stems and roses to walls and trellis.

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Stephen Pryce-Lea

Head Gardener and International Horticultural Consulatant




“It’s a beautiful thing when a career and a passion grow together, when you find it in a Garden it’s like finding Paradise“

iGrowHort – A Head Gardener’s Horticultural Journey of love, life and learning.


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