Green Plastic Plant Climbing Mesh 50mm x 50mm
Green Plastic Plant Climbing Mesh 50mm x 50mm 2.jpg.jpg 3.jpg.jpg

Green Plastic Mesh, 50mm Holes

1m high x 20m roll

Imperial Measurements : (3ft 4 inch x 65ft)
Code: GPM50x20m

More info Less info

This product is made from green plastic, and does not contain any steel wire. It can be used as a permanent fence, or as a temporary fence which can be rolled away when not in use.

Our price

£69.00inc VAT

8 In stock

Immediate dispatch available

Ask a question about this product

Peace of mind...

Over 65 years experience

60 day returns policy
click here for details

Members of:


Our green plastic plant climbing fencing is a light-weight but strong mesh which is ideal for climbing plants and flowers. The green colour makes this an attractive mesh which will blend in well outside.


  • Material: Green plastic (HDPE).

  • Strand thickness: Approx. 3mm.

  • Hole size: 50mm (2 inch).

  • Weight per square metre: Approx. 270 grams.

  • Roll Heights: The heights of the rolls are manufactured to metric measurements. We have rounded the imperial height conversions up or down to the nearest inch for simplicity. The accurate metric and imperial heights are as follows: 1m (3ft 3.37 inch) high.

All measurements +/- 15%. If you require a micrometer reading of the wire thickness then please call us on 01782 820 970.

Frequently Asked Questions

Got a question to ask? Please use this form to submit your question. A member of our team will be in touch as a matter of urgency.

Your question may also be displayed here after moderation
Name* Product Question*

Hi, I want to protect a raised bed from foxes and cats with an easy to put up and relatively unobtrusive fence. I will need to be able to get to the bed so I didn't want permanent fence posts and I had been thinking about some type of garden mesh supported by metal fencing pins. Could you recommend a product from your range which would be suitable please? Any advice gratefully received.

One option which may be suitable would be our 50mm plastic mesh. Although bendable, the mesh is reasonably rigid (i.e. it is not a very lightweight floppy mesh) and could be rolled out and rolled back up when not in use.

I am looking at putting plastic mesh on my decking to reduce slipping risks ... what do you recommend ??

Thank you for your enquiry.

Plastic mesh increases the risk of slipping.
Wire netting is the most commonly used product in 25mm aperture with a 20 gauge wire. Galvanized has a zinc coating on the wire and in time this will wear off when walked on and will show signs of rust after time.

If you want something that will last for many years then select Stainless steel



Thanks for prompt delivery and it was just what I needed thanks again. - by R.H. from Driffield

Delivery Information

Delivery Costs UK Mainland (Excluding Scottish Highlands)

Standard service 2 - 4 working days  - Any order  over  £ 60.00 - free delivery
Standard service 2 - 4 working days -  Any order under £ 60.00 - £6.98 per order
Express service - Next day - Any order over £ 60.00 - £6.98 per order*
Express service - Next day - Any order under £ 60.00 - £13.96 per order*

*Please note that delivery dates are not guaranteed. There is always a risk that consignments may be delayed by couriers. All delivery times exclude weekends and bank holidays.

Please also note that whilst our courier offers a next day delivery service to most of Scotland (excluding Scottish Highlands), there are some postcodes where only the standard delivery service is available at the Checkout.

A next day delivery is also not available for the following England postcodes: TD15, CA8, CA20.

Isle of Wight 2 - 4 working days
Orders over £ 60.00 -  delivery charge £10.98 
Orders under £ 60.00, delivery charge £17.98

Northern Scotland, Scottish Highlands* 3 - 5 day service only
Any order under £ 60.00, delivery charge £29.98
Orders over £60.00 - delivery charge £22.98

*This delivery charge only applies to certain postcodes. Please enter your postcode at the checkout to generate the shipping cost.