Twool Green Fingers Twine, 100 Metres
One thing is for sure, you can never have enough twine in your garden shed! Twool twine is strong, weather-resistant and soft, making it perfect for traditional garden use as well as floristry, crafts and environmentally-friendly gift wrapping.
Green is a popular choice for tying and supporting plants where you want the twine to disappear into the background.
- Super-sustainable, general-purpose garden twine with exceptional strength and longevity
- 100m spool
- Made from the wool of Whiteface Dartmoor sheep
- Entirely manufactured in the UK using low-impact dyes
- Renewable and home compostable
As a fledgling business founded on the principles of friendliness, dependability and simplicity, we aim to deal with your order gracefully and efficiently so that you can devote your time to more important things.
Our aim is to process your order within 24 hours of receipt and we expect it to arrive within 3-5 working days under normal circumstances.
Deliveries cost £3 for small, slim items that will slip into an envelope.
Most other deliveries cost £6 for any number of items, so don’t hold back!
Where age verification is required, a special service costing £10 is what we use to keep us all safe and sound.
Deliveries to far-flung UK locations may incur an additional charge.
Should you need to return an item, drop us a line at email@example.com within 14 days of receiving your purchase, providing your name, order number and the reason for your return. We will let you know how to return your item.
Please visit our Delivery & Returns page for more information.
Every year gardeners use miles of garden twine, but we give very little thought to where the material comes from. The UK imports thousands of tonnes of jute, sisal and plastic from abroad, creating a sizeable environmental footprint. Meanwhile, here on our doorstep, British wool is an underutilised resource. We produce plenty of it - it's strong, soft, renewable and biodegradable - so there's plenty to go around. Using Twool twine is one small way in which we can each be more sustainable gardeners.