Knot Flexi-Tie
the flexible garden tie that   expands
as the plant grows

You can buy Flexi-Tie online at Telegraph Gardening and Waitrose

For customers in the USA it is now available from Detroit Garden Works

Sarah Raven using Flexi-Tie

"New stockist near

Stroud.

The Nursery at Miserden"

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ways to use Flexi-Tie

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Helen Yemm

Saturday Telegraph April 2015

'double-bladed safety knife' - fish shaped gadget.. which can quickly and neatly slit open compost bags.. See them on Essentials Company website in the Twine section alongside ever-fabulous Flexi-Tie.

Always ensure that you have the genuine

FLEXI-TIE®

SOFT AND STRETCHY GARDEN STRING

That is KIND to your plants!


              
          Tamsin Westhorpe writes ‘The Fleix-Tie Set from Sarah Raven is the product 
          I’ve picked up time and again for use in the garden.  
          The stretchy plastic tie is brilliant for holding back thuggish and large plants….
          I liked the brown colour as it was really hard to see….
          it was my favourite of the bunch

The English Garden – Spring 2014 – ‘On Trial - Plant Ties’

         
          Helen Yemm All Tied up in Knots’
          A reader writes ‘Plastic Flexi-Tie is wonderful but it stretches……..’ 
          Helen Yemm answers ‘Personally I won’t have a word said against it. 
          Apart from its wonderful brownness, another great plus, 
          in my view and that of many devotees, is its very stretchiness, 
          which makes for an extremely stem-friendly tie 
          (particularly good for roses and climbers. 
          I always make girlie-bows, which are easy to adjust as necessary.  
          And Flexi-Tie is endlessly reusable’
           (Jul 2013) 
                 
         ‘I too have become an avid fan of this material.  Just as you describe 
        it is soft, strong and flexible, lasts for ages and is re-usable and doesn’t cut 
        into plant stems.  From which you may gather that a version of this wonderful 
        stuff is definitely still with us.  Now sold as Flexi-Tie…. (Jan 2003)
   
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