Garden Twines

Make gardening far easier with Rope Source’s garden twines – all made in the UK from the high-quality Everlasto brand. For horticultural and garden use, as well as for general and craft purposes, our selection of natural jute, sisal and polypropylene twine is available to buy in a range of thicknesses and spool sizes. 

Our garden twines are both strong and flexible, allowing you to easily tie them as needed to support plant growth or hang plants and produce to dry. Plus, our selection of natural garden twine is entirely biodegradable – the perfect choice for the eco-conscious gardener. Order today!

What can I use garden twines for?

Garden twines are extremely durable and versatile, making them the ideal tool for a wide variety of gardening tasks. These can include, but are not limited to:

  • Tying and supporting plants
  • Training branches and fruit trees
  • Tying straw bales
  • Hanging onions, garlic or herbs to dry
  • Making straight lines for planting rows
  • Separating garden areas
  • Hanging planters and garden tools

Check out our manila rope, sisal twine, polypropylene twine, polyhemp twine, and extensive twines range for more great resources; we’ve got it all at Rope Source. Order today to take advantage of speedy shipping on all of our rope and twine products.

For help with options or bulk orders, just give us a call on 01204 897642 or contact us by form; we’re always happy to help.

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Frequently asked questions about garden twine

What’s better – jute garden twine or polypropylene garden twine?

If you would prefer natural garden twine as an eco-friendly garden tool, jute garden twine is the right choice for you. Jute is a thinner twine with shorter, softer fibres, which means it’s not so abrasive against growing plants. Jute is a strong natural twine, even when wet, and is quite hard-wearing. However, jute isn’t as long-lasting and durable as polypropylene garden twine, which is a better choice if you want something for the longer term that’s more resistant to wear and tear, salts, acids and adverse weather conditions.

What twine is best for gardening?

Many gardeners prefer natural twines, such as jute garden twine and sisal twine, for garden work because these materials are eco-friendly, biodegradable and non-abrasive. Plus, their rustic appearance can be more aesthetically pleasing and be more in keeping with a natural garden environment. However, synthetic materials like polypropylene or nylon can sometimes be preferable for extra strength, long-lasting durability and control. Alternatively, you can find blended twines like polyhemp twine that give you the best of both worlds – the appearance of natural twine but the strength of synthetic garden twine.

What can I use as a heavy-duty garden twine?

Flax or hemp twine and thick sisal twine are both excellent options for an extra strong natural garden twine, although they aren’t as soft, pliable and non-abrasive as jute garden twine and are only available in natural colour, whereas jute comes in green to blend in with plants. If you’re happy using synthetic twines, any of these materials will be strong and long-lasting enough for your needs.