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Object of Desire: Cone Topiary Frame

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Object of Desire: Cone Topiary Frame

October 29, 2018

To be filed under clever design ideas: a galvanized-wire topiary frame with hinged panels to make it easy to train a shrub to grow into a cone shape:

Manufactured by UK-based Burgon & Ball, a Topiary Cone is \$55 AU at The Potting Shed.
Above: Manufactured by UK-based Burgon & Ball, a Topiary Cone is $55 AU at The Potting Shed.
Consider it training wheels for a topiary. &#8\2\20;This classic &#8\2\16;Cone&#8\2\17; topiary shape, formed from galvanized wire, is hinged to enable it to be fitted around established plants and/or removed after trimming is completed,&#8\2\2\1; notes retailer The Potting Shed.
Above: Consider it training wheels for a topiary. “This classic ‘Cone’ topiary shape, formed from galvanized wire, is hinged to enable it to be fitted around established plants and/or removed after trimming is completed,” notes retailer The Potting Shed.
The topiary frame measures 60 centimeters high (about \23.5 inches) and has a 30-centimeter diameter (about \1\2 inches) at the base.
Above: The topiary frame measures 60 centimeters high (about 23.5 inches) and has a 30-centimeter diameter (about 12 inches) at the base.

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