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Old 03-31-2024, 10:53 PM
 
Location: Canada
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About 28" I think. They're outside and it's raining otherwise I would go measure them.
I have a bunch of metal pipes about that length and diameter that are sturdy enough for me to use as stakes for relatively short but heavy fruit/veggie bearing plants. I also use them in late autumn to mark spots where perennial plants will be coming up in the spring, and I use them in rows to divide different sections of plantings, or to stretch strings from one to another to mark immediately above the rows where seeds have been planted. They can be used as markers for anything and because they are all identical in size and colour they just look neater and more uniform.

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Old 04-01-2024, 12:57 AM
 
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I have a bunch of metal pipes about that length and diameter that are sturdy enough for me to use as stakes for relatively short but heavy fruit/veggie bearing plants. I also use them in late autumn to mark spots where perennial plants will be coming up in the spring, and I use them in rows to divide different sections of plantings, or to stretch strings from one to another to mark immediately above the rows where seeds have been planted. They can be used as markers for anything and because they are all identical in size and colour they just look neater and more uniform.

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I don't do any vegetable gardening. I'll probably try and do a trellis for something, maybe a clematis.
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Old 04-01-2024, 05:46 AM
 
Location: Eastern Tennessee
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Not sure what you mean. A table top??

Diameter is about an inch I believe, and they are about 28" long.
Just space them about an inch apart in a horizontal plane with wooden (or whatever) uprights for support.
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