The Spiraclimb was originally designed in 1999 for use on a plant nursery in Godolphin, Cornwall.  It was used for training climbing plants, particularly clematis, allowing for longer growth as the plants climbed around the wire.  This produced incredible, mature climbers that were encouraged to flower. This resulted in much better wholesale prices, easily offsetting the cost of the Spiraclimb and the longer growing period.

The Spiraclimb became a hit with gardeners who used them for all types of pot grown edibles and ornamentals; indoors, in green houses and also in their garden beds.  They were sold in the UK, Europe and the USA through garden centres and mail order.

In the year 2000, Spiraclimb won the Garden Industry Manufacturers Association (GIMA) award for best new product.

Spiraclimbs are delivered in a box of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 number.   The more you buy, the better the unit price.

Spiraclimbs are designed and made in the UK.   

The nerdy bit is they are made from high quality spring steel meeting specification BS EN 10270-1 SM with a galvanised protective finish.   This steel is difficult to bend by hand and far, far stronger than typical garden wire of the same diameter.  This means, when assembled, the Spiraclimb's coils’ can support the weight of plants and produce like tomatoes without causing a permanent bend in the material.  Further, un-assembling the Spiraclimb from its cane will return the coils to their original flat format.  The Spiraclimb is not made by hand but a programmed (CNC), seven axis wire bending machine.  

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