Build-a-Ball Connectors (12 Pack)
Simple Build-a-Ball Connectors make the popular option of building your own fruit or vegetable cage exceptionally quick and easy, giving you the freedom to invent a frame which suits your needs perfectly More information
These simple Build-a-Ball Connectors make the popular option of building your own fruit or vegetable cage exceptionally quick and easy, giving fruit and vegetable gardeners the freedom to invent a frame which suits their needs perfectly.
Supplied in packs of 12, the build a balls can be used with aluminium tubing or bamboo canes to construct a simple cage to protect vegetables and strawberries. Quick to erect and dismantle the build a balls have 6 holes, one designed for 16mm aluminium tubing and the rest for 12.7mm aluminium tubing.
We recommend using aluminium tubing with the build a balls to create a more sturdy structure, but the build a balls cane can also be used with bamboo canes.
- Build-a-Balls used for connecting together aluminium tubing uprights and top rods
- Multi-purpose connector balls have 6 holes
- One hole for 16mm diameter upright tubes and five for 12.7mm diameter top rods
- Supplied in packs of 12
- Tubing fits approx 1cm into ball
- Can be used with bamboo canes
I use this product with canes and netting to make a cage for my peas. Although canes vary in diameter, it is easy to shave canes that are too large and to add wedges - maybe matches or shavings from large canes - if the cane's diameter is too small.
Absolutely perfect for all gardens, can be used in raised beds, garden boarders at the allotment. Brilliant design. I used the balls with bamboo poles and netting. Now I grow veg from seeds and get to see them mature and hopefully eat without any pesky birds, butterflies etc. The wildlife can have the rest of the garden.
I started using this product over 10 years ago complete with the steel poles but over the years I've found canes so much easier as you can adapt the height required to suit your plants. I now use them as weights by looping string through them and tying them with a slip knot to the netting so I can adjust the height in fact I can't manage without them.