Plant Frames
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Plant Frames

Our British designed range of metal plant frames are attractive and versatile additions to any Kitchen Garden providing support for a variety of crops. Sturdy, fully galvanised steel structures with a high-quality UV stabilised powder coated finish in a range of colours designed to suit any setting - Agriframes plant frames make a great statement in any garden.

Plant Climbing Frames For Your Vegetables

Plant climbing frames are a versatile addition to support climbing vegetables such as squash, cucumbers, beans or peas. 

Innovative Vegetable Garden Frames

Our tallest frame designs are over 2m high and have original design shapes such as our Big Ben plant frame, our Eiffel Tower frame, or our ever-popular London Eye plant frame. 

Metal Frames For Plants

Grow vegetables such as climbing beans, sweet peas, cucumbers, gourds, squashes, and melons on our weatherproof metal frames for plants. They are made from robust tubular steel, galvanised both inside and out with a UV stabilised polymer coating in matt black texture finish guaranteed for 10 years.


Grow through frames are ideal for plants with tall stems such as cosmos, daisies, delphiniums, phlox, alstroemeria, poppies or Agastache. We recommend that you insert our solid steel grow through plant supports well into the soil as soon as the emerging stems begin to emerge.

A cold frame is used like a greenhouse, an outside structure that protects plants or vegetables from the frost, wind, and cold weather and allow growth all year around. You can start seedling a couple of months prior or even protect more fragile flowers from the frost in Winter by using a cold frame.

Using a cold frame will allow you to start sowing your seeds as early as six weeks prior to the normal time – providing that the right weather conditions have allowed for moisture and warmth to enter the cold frame.

If you are looking to grow seedlings, choose a cold frame to help them grow in optimum conditions. Most vegetables can be grown outside from March to May – when the temperature is rising slightly and there’s no chance of frost if you plant in the ground outside.