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Aquatic Basket Liners for lineing aquatic baskets Print Page Print this page

Aquatic cloth liners are essential for makeing sure aquatic soil does not leak out of your freshly planted aquatic baskets, without liners the aquatic soil will gradualy seep out of the small holes in the aquatic baskets and the roots of pond plants will become exposed your pond plants will start to look sad and not perform well,

Our cloth liners are long lasting and 100% secure in conataining aquatic soil.

If you would like to learn more about the aquatic baskets and soil we sell at Lilies Water Gardens, then please call today on 01306 631064, or get in touch through our contact form and we will be able to answer any questions you might have.

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