Notice of Intent to Enter Liquidation

Despite the best endeavours of our Directors and management team to find a way forwards and continue the business, unfortunately The Internet Gardener Ltd has now ceased trading.

After trading successfully for 13 years, and with over 200,000 happy customers we are sorry to announce this news which will evidently have a huge knock on effect to our dedicated staff, loyal customers and supportive trade partners. Thank you for choosing Internet Gardener since 2006.

All trade creditors will be contacted by our nominated insolvency practice within the next 3 weeks.

Should you have an outstanding order with ourselves, details and advice will be emailed to you directly within the next 5 days, in the first instance please contact your payment card provider or Paypal.

Forest Garden Fencing - Page 3

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Most homes require a secure boundary around their garden and traditional wooden fence panels are the most popular choice. This collection by Forest Garden features pressure treated fencing to suit all garden styles and budgets.

This includes a selection of European decorative panels with trellis in differing heights to suit most gardens. The popular contemporary style is such a clever design, with horizontal slats fixed in a way that demonstrates a modern feel with sturdy framing to ensure a robust boundary. The most popular size fencing is the 6-foot high wooden panel, which is generally tall enough to provide security around your property. These can offer decorative features such as domed or arched tops, lattice, or even horizontal boarding inset into the design. These can always be married with shorter panels or decorative privacy trellis screens as required.

The budget range of lap panels offer a great value, and they arrive pre-dip treated in an attractive honey brown colour, and they have a 10-year anti rot warranty. All Forest Garden fencing is sold in a minimum pack or three, and we recommend purchasing gravel boards and posts as required at the time of ordering your panels to ensure you have the correct match.

Once you have planned your garden fencing, you may be interested in adding a wooden gate, as it is the best solution to select one in the same design.

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