Rubber Plant Lock Ties- 50


$7.50
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Description

Rubber Plant Lock Ties- 50

Pack of 50 rubber lock-ties. Made from soft flexible UV stabilised rubber with adjustable notches to allow for expansion as the plant grows and tension adjustment. These ties are reusable and easy to use. Great for use in the veggie garden or for staking of any plants, shrubs or trees. The durable soft rubber doesn't damage plant stems and minimises damage from rubbing.
Ties are 12cm long and come in a pack of 50.

Product code: GD730

Shipping

We deliver Australia wide.

All orders are dispatched from our warehouse in Knoxfield, Victoria, Australia.

We do not deliver overseas.

Shipping cost is calculated using all the items in your shopping cart and your delivery postcode. The table below outlines the delivery options and costs.

Order dispatch time is currently 1-3 business days plus delivery time.
Please note we are unable to guarantee specific delivery dates, the delivery timeframes below are estimates only.

 

Order contains: Delivery options: Delivery cost per order
    VIC, NSW, ACT, QLD, TAS, SA, NT WA
Small seed packets ONLY - Economy Delivery $2.50 or FREE on orders over $20 $5
Parcel Delivery Capped rate of $6.99
Express Delivery $15.00
     

BULK seed, garden supplies, tools, or accessories -

Parcel Delivery

Capped rate of $6.99

Express Delivery

Starting from $15.00
(Calculated by weight)
     
Live Plants - Live plants Capped rate of $10.00

*All orders sent to Western Australia are subject to mandatory inspection and fees by Quarantine WA. These fees are included in all shipping costs above.

**We will replace all orders that are lost or damaged in transit however we will not replace or refund orders simply because they were delivered later than estimated. Full details here.

 

Ratings & Reviews

Rubber Plant Lock Ties- 50Rubber Plant Lock Ties-

Exactly what I needed for keeping brambles orderly and for training climbers. No more carting twine and scissors around the yard and love that they're reusable.
12 January 2021