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Lawson Tree Stake Kit

Commercial strength rubber supports promote root development and installs in just minutes!

Tree Saver stakes are good for root development because the straps are flexible allowing the tree to slightly sway naturally. This signals roots to spread for the correct stability as the tree matures. Allows trees limited sway for better root development Labor saving, installs quickly Hooks can be removed from stake for trimming Bulk kits consist of higher density elastic supportsSo easy to install in just a few steps: place the strap around the tree and pull it at an angle to the ground to mark where to put the stake. Drive the stake into the ground, then attach a hook to the strap at the desired tension using the wrap method on the enclosed instructions and then just connect the strap to the anchors.
Weight: 0 lbs
Item # Dia Length Ship wt Stake Stock Status 1 – 9 10 + Qty
TS40 1/4 inch 4.5 feet 1 lb 11 inches In Stock $14.99 $12.99
TS60 3/8 inch 5 feet 2 lb 16 inches Out of Stock
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$24.99 $20.99

Specs

Available for 2in caliper trees (TS40) or 2 to 3in caliper trees (TS60)

Warranty

Lifetime

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Instructions

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Customer Reviews for Lawson Tree Stake Kit

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Lawson Tree Stakes

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We have planted over 65 trees on our property and purchased at least that many of the Lawson tree stakes. We have been impressed with just how well they work during storms with potentially damamging wind.

Commercial strength rubber supports promote root development and installs in just minutes!

Tree Saver stakes are good for root development because the straps are flexible allowing the tree to slightly sway naturally. This signals roots to spread for the correct stability as the tree matures. Allows trees limited sway for better root development Labor saving, installs quickly Hooks can be removed from stake for trimming Bulk kits consist of higher density elastic supportsSo easy to install in just a few steps: place the strap around the tree and pull it at an angle to the ground to mark where to put the stake. Drive the stake into the ground, then attach a hook to the strap at the desired tension using the wrap method on the enclosed instructions and then just connect the strap to the anchors.