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Pre-cultivated plant screen (ivy fence/ living wall/ living fence) which provides perimeter security, and comprises a metal grid entirely covered with vegetation (in the form of either climbing or hedging plants).
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||Ss_45_40_28_32:Free-standing external container planting systems|
||Plant screen (ivy fence/ living wall/ living fence) and metal grid entirely covered with vegetation (in the form of either climbing or hedging plants)|
||Pre-cultivated plant screen (ivy fence/ living wall/ living fence) which provides perimeter security, and comprises a metal grid entirely covered with vegetation (in the form of either climbing or hedging plants)|
||Increases privacy and security with instant greenery, provides a deterrent against graffiti and anti-social behaviour, made to suit project requirements, helps to improve air quality through the removal of PM10 pollution particles, contributes to biodiversity, easy to install, can be planted year round (except during frosty periods), greenery has been hand-wound rather than pinned, pot is biodegradable and can be attached to either iron or wooden posts, or into planters. Minimal maintenance required, expected lifespan of 45 years and comes with a ten-year guarantee|
||12/31/1900 11:59:59 PM|
||Pot: Coconut fibres and natural latex. Grid: Galvanized steel, 5 mm-thick (except 1200 x 100 mm, which is 4 mm)|
||1200 x 1000 mm, 1200 x 1550 mm, 1200 x 1800 mm, 1200 x 2000 mm, 1200 x 2200 mm- for greater privacy, 1200 x 3000 mm- for greater privacy. Grid cells (w x h): 100 x 250 mm|
||10 year warranty|
||12/31/1900 11:59:59 PM|
||External freestanding container planting system|
||Free-standing external container planting systems|
||Suitable for use as a sustainable and secure boundary in the following areas: gardens ȓ to separate patios or to create garden rooms, schools, car ports, swimming pools, colleges, hospitals|
||1000 mm, 1550 mm, 1800 mm, 2000 mm, 2200 mm, 3000 mm|
||Electrical resistance welded galvanized steel wire, Zincalu® wires|
||Vegetation (in the form of either climbing or hedging plants)|
||For installation around gardens, the screen will need to be secured to posts. Planting trenches should be 400 mm deep|
||Metal grid and greenery has been hand-wound rather than pinned|
||Not required, Wall fixing brackets, Post brackets for square softwood and round metal posts, Garden doors, Grid extensions, Iron posts, round, powder green- 48 mm diameter x 2400 mm long, Planters, GRP with matching GRP post - flat bottom- 1345 x 500x 500 mm, Planters, GRP with matching GRP post - pallet base- 1345 x 500x 500 mm, Planters, GRP with square softwood posts, flat bottom- 1345 x 500 x 500 mm, Planters, GRP with square softwood posts, pallet base- 1345 x 500 x 500 mm, Planters, GRP with round metal green posts, flat bottom- 1345 x 500 x 500 mm, Planters, GRP with round metal green posts, pallet base- 1345 x 500 x 500 mm, Planters, hardwood with matching posts- 1444 x 550 x 440 mm, Softwood posts, 75 x 75 mm box- Various lengths available; consult manufacturer and insert requirements|
||Carpinus betulus ('Hornbeam'), Euonymus fortunei (ȘDart’s Blanket’), Hedera helix ('Glacier'), Hedera helix ('Goldchild'), Hedera helix ('Green ripple'), Hedera helix ('White ripple'), Hedera helix ('Woerner'), Hedera hibernica, Pyracantha ('Darts red')|
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