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The right mesh for your garden project

The right mesh for your garden project

We’ll take you through the mesh options and learn how they can be the perfect answer for saving your garden oasis!

If you love your outdoors as much as we do and are proud of the garden you’ve created, yet with your furry friends and curious kids it might be a challenge to keep them away from your beloved plants.

That’s where Jack mesh products comes to the rescue!  We’ll take you through the mesh options and learn how they can be the perfect answer for safeguarding your garden oasis!

Animals running lose in the garden or need protection for your plants against wandering little hands?  We’ve got the mesh for you!!!

Jack will take you from a messed up garden, to a mesh-ed up one!

What you'll need

You’ll need a few things to get going. Make sure you get all the right equipment to set things up right.

mesh-project-what-you-need

Tools & Materials

20970 Garden Mesh Green 90x12x12x1.0 5m
Garden Mesh View Product
20974 Yard Mesh Green 90x25x25x1.3 5m
Yard Mesh View Product
20850 Flower Mesh 90x50x50x1.2 30m
Flower Mesh View Product
20958 Trellis Mesh 120x100x100x1.2 5m
Trellis Mesh View Product
10721 Garden Post Small 1.0m
Garden Posts View Product

Additional materials needed for this project:

  • Stake Driver
  • Lil' Driver
  • Mallet
  • Measuring Tape
  • Wire cutter
  • PPE (Safety gloves and glasses)

Your step-by-step guide

  1. Which mesh is best?

    The list below will help you figure out the best one :

    Garden Mesh – smallest mesh pattern – 12mmx12mm to keep small pests out of veggie patch

    Yard Mesh – 25mm x 25mm keeps pets out of gardens, ideal for fencing and screening

    Flower Mesh – slightly wider mesh pattern – 50mm x 50mm for growing sweet peas, trellising and plant protection

    Trellis Mesh – widest mesh pattern – 10mm x 10mm is ideal for climbing flowers and vegetables

  2. Time to measure

    Measure the length of the area where you’ll use mesh

  3. Measure mesh and cut to size

    Make sure you stay safe with safety gloves and glasses.
  4. Installation time

    Place posts at equal lengths

    Use stake driver and mallet, so it goes in real easy.

    Connect mesh and posts by using the built-in lugs.

    You can now keep little Charlie out of the garden