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Making a rose arch from hazel rods ~ by WoodlandsTV

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http://www.woodlands.co.uk/ How to make a rose arch from hazel. Rose arches made from hazel are always an attractive addition to any garden. Rosie Rendell discovered how to make one by going on a course at West Dean College, Chichester. WoodlandsTV talked to her whilst she was making one at the Weald Wood Fair in Sussex. Using a side adze to split the hazel ,and a mould with pre drilled holes Rosie discusses the points to look out for including a top tip to make your rose arch last longer. She is gaining more experience and skill working with Wildwood Charcoal and Coppice Products.

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 4 February, 2011

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