Gardening Reed Decoration Product Yard Outside

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1.       Structure of Gardening Reed Decoration Product Yard Outside Description

The attractive and practilcal natural reed screening will enhance all gardens, patios and decking’s. Reed fence screening can be used as boundary fencing or as screening to create separate areas within your garden. Natural reed screening can be used over arbours and pergolas it creates a soft shaded area beneath for those hot summer days. Garden reed fencing simply attach to fence uprights with ties or staples. Reed fence roll is ideal cover to chain link fencing. Natural reed fencing can be used to screen unsightly areas such as compost heaps, rubbish bins, gas and oil tanks.


2.  Main Features of the Gardening Reed Decoration Product Yard Outside


. dry,light,movable, renewable sources

 no leafage

reed fencing  is made of natural reed with fine crafts man ship, used for adorning the

garden and home. use this natural fence for your indoor or outdoor decor while

providing privacy, cover up an unsightly chain-link fence or create a privacy screen

on your patio with this natural reed fence. it is really great product with many uses.

1. made of peeled reed
2. woven with iron wire, black nylon coated wire or nylon thread
3. sight screen for terrace, balcony, garden etc

4. normal size: 1*5m, 1.5*5m, 2*5m

size can do as your requirement.

3. Gardening Reed Decoration Product Yard Outside Images


Gardening Reed Decoration Product Yard Outside

Gardening Reed Decoration Product Yard Outside

Gardening Reed Decoration Product Yard Outside

Gardening Reed Decoration Product Yard Outside

Gardening Reed Decoration Product Yard Outside


4.Gardening Reed Decoration Product Yard Outside Specification


Products Name


Reed fence, Reed screen




A lot of, can be customized




Natural and color Reed




Tonkin Reed


Use of places


Plant support , gardening, farm ,home decrotion




wash clean, high temperature, high temperature drying, roasted straight, mothproof mold processing, sorting, cutting, packing, fumigation, container


Payment Terms


TT,30%deposit,70%balance against B/L




1x40’HQ 10-20days after get the deposit




woven bag or carton




Invoice, Packing, Form A, CO, BILL, Fumigation/Disinfection Certificate, Phytosanitary Certificate



5.FAQ of Gardening Reed Decoration Product Yard Outside

How to do daily cleaning?

Only use the brush to clean dust from the gap, and then use a clean wet cloth wipe, if relatively dirty also available water directly wash, wash after timely to dry in the air

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