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Don’t tie yourself in knots trying to control your garden - sort out your planting problems with a jute-dicial application of garden twine! Our selection of garden string contains options made from hemp, jute and synthetic fibres. Grab these ever-useful products at OnBuy today!

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Looking to buy Garden Twine?

Are your climbing plants giving you grief? Then it’s time to restrain them with some of the grand products in this garden twine category. Garden twine (or garden string as it’s often known) is a bundle of thin yet strong cord made from one of several different materials. Keep reading to find out more about what you can do with garden twine!

Uses for garden twine

Garden twine is an adaptable and flexible (both literally and figuratively) chord that can be used for lots of tasks around your garden One of the most common is tying plants to trellises and garden spikes to help them grow. With enough garden string, you can weave your own ‘rope trellis’ by stretching garden twine between two stakes. This method lets you adapt to the growth of your climbing as needed.

Another fantastic use of garden string is to hang produce up to dry. If your vegetable garden has sprouted onions, wild garlic or carrots you can extend their life by hanging them from garden twine in a cool dark place like your garden shed. The best way to do that is to connect them with garden string to a ring fixed into the roof of your shed.

Types of garden twine

You might think that all garden string is the same. After all, besides different colours all the products in this category look pretty much identical. Don’t be deceived, though. There are a few varieties of garden twine, and which one you’ll want to pick depends on the purpose you intend for it.

The most common kind of garden twine is jute twine. This natural thread is derived from fibrous plants, and is the fibre used to make burlap, alongside other materials. Jute twine is ideal for most tying jobs in your garden. That’s because it’s fairly thanks to the wood like hardy fibres and resistant to UV light, so it won’t fade or weaken in the sun.

However, good as it is, jute isn’t the strongest type of natural garden twine in this category. That’s marlin twine. Made from flax, marlin twine is dipped in tar during the production process. That makes it extremely tough and weather resistant. If you want to bind plants, this is the garden string for you.

You’ll also find plenty of garden string made from synthetic materials in this category. Generally synthetic twine can’t rot, so it’s a great option if you live in an area that gets a lot of rainfall. Additionally, the properties of synthetic garden twine mean it can be used for unusual tasks. For instance, humming lines can be made from synthetic garden twine. These lines make a humming noise when a breeze passes over them, which frightens birds. A great simple way of stopping wild birds picking at your garden crops.

Garden Twine FAQs

What is garden twine made out of?

Garden twine is made out of 100% natural fibres. It's ideal for both packaging and gardening.

Is garden twine biodegradable?

Garden twine is biodegradable, allowing you to take care of both your garden and the planet.

What kind of twine should I use for tomatoes?

The best twine for tomatoes is polypropylene twine. It's very strong, and it doesn't stretch easily or even sag, like most twines on the market.

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