Get in touch with our friendly team — we're more than happy to chat about your landscaping project.
See what our products can do in our on site product displays. Our expert team has put together product displays to showcase how:
No order is too big or too small for our delivery team. We have no minimum orders for our posts, stakes, and supports, and we can usually arrange your order to be delivered on the same day, if you order before 1 pm.
It's always best to chat to one of our team members, though, and double check we have your products in stock and ready to go.
From our humble beginnings in a garden shed to now, we've cultivated a deep understanding of which companies produce the highest quality products. We only trust the best, and we source our stock ethically, from around Victoria and Australia, wherever possible.
And if you don't need posts, stakes, and supports for your project, you can visit our gorgeous display gardens and indoor nursery. Combined, our two stores encompass 35,000m² — so we have plenty of space to showcase our best plants and products.
We have a range of posts to suit different project needs. Our Star Post, used for fencing posts, come in the following sizes:
Meanwhile, our Star Post (Sleeper Single Bracket) is 45cm, and suits one sleeper, with height of 200mm. And our Star Post (Sleeper Double Bracket) is 90cm, and suits two sleepers with a combined height of 400mm.
Our stakes come in a range of sizes, including:
Most gardeners and landscapers will use garden or sleeper stakes for support. You can use sleeper stakes to help a top-heavy plant stay upright, for example, when growing tomatoes start to flower and grow fruit. Or you can use support posts to help reinforce retaining walls and garden beds.
You'll need three stakes and string, twine, or wire. By placing them in a triangle around the plant, you'll offer it the most support. Then tie the plant (loosely, you don't want to 'strangle' it) around the stake, two-thirds of the way up. As the plant grows, you may need to replace the stakes, or add more anchoring points.
If you're crafting your own garden bed frame, or a retaining wall, you're most likely using sleepers. To reinforce these, you'll need sleeper stakes. Sleeper stakes, placed strategically and weak points in your structure, will help it maintain its structural integrity and prevent it from collapsing.
We have a range of sleeper stakes and supports in all manner of sizes to suit your unique needs. And if you're unsure what type you need, get in touch with our friendly team!
Depending on the shape and size of your project, you'll need at least four sleeper posts to support the corners of your structure. In especially large structures, you'll need to add more sleeper posts. To get a more comprehensive answer to this question, send us your enquiry online. Alternately, chat to one of our friendly and experienced team members at one of our stores in either Hoppers Crossing or Epping.
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