The Walk-in Wonderwall provides a wall against the elements and garden pests. While, at the same time allowing rain and sunlight to enter.
After fighting a losing battle year after year against pigeons, cabbage white butterfly and other garden pests, we realised that we needed something that could both eradicate these problems and also be affordable and hard wearing. We came up with the Walk-in Wonderwall. No more having to remove net to weed or thin out. No more makeshift bits of wood / bamboo cane frames etc. No more height restriction for our brassica – with the Wonderwalls 1.9m (6ft 3”) height.
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The unique light weight, yet robust pvc frame needs no base and fixes directly into the earth. The frame is then covered with a fine heavy duty uv rated netting, which drastically reduces wind speed within the tunnel and can withstand very strong winds. The entire growing space can be worked with ease and watering can be carried out from outside or inside the Wonderwall.
Assembly time is 2-3 hours, using our easy to follow instructions. Each stage of assembly is accompanied by a full colour photograph. No specialist tools are required for assembly.
Buy direct from the manufacturer. Not available in any retail outlets. We have Wonderwalls in the Orkney Isles, the Shetland Isles, the Isle of Arran, Republic of Ireland, France, Jersey, Croatia, and also Port Stanley in the Falkland Isles.
The Wonderwall has a standard width of 3.5m and is sold in lengths from 2m upwards. We can however, manufacture Wonderwalls to fit your raised beds exactly ie; 2.5m width x 3.2m length.”
For more information and customer feedback, please visit our website: www.walk-inwonderwall.co.uk or call 01543 677531.
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