Underwood Crafts make many types of garden products using Hazel, Willow, Sweet Chestnut and Oak. These can be for providing support for plants, dividing different areas of the garden or to highlight a particular point of interest in your garden.
I also supply many of the raw materials coppiced in winter months: Willow Bolts, Chestnut and Ash poles, Bundles of Hazel, Living Willow Rods and Stakes and Binders for Hedgelaying.VIEW MORE
New addition of the porch area,circular windows and wood burner fitted making it snug all year round. With steambent ash all round, giving it a sweet curved roof.
A 20' Yurt with an entrance either end-doors and windows can be positioned where required. Windows can be PVC or a glass filled wooden frame built into the trellis of the yurt.
The largest frame to date for a school in Sheffield- a 26' Yurt to be used as an outdoor classroom fitted with a decent sized woodturner.
A little 12' Turkmen yurt with a stable door for a local Glamping site. Doors can be made from pine or oak and can be made in different designs. There is also an option of having a canvas zipper door as well.
Ranging from 8" to 7'6" high Willow always looks amazing woven in situ as well as in panels. Woven in situ the hurdle can follow the contours of the land so it blends seemingly into the landscape as if it had always been there.
On top of walls, on rock or by far the easiest-in soil, there are no barriers to where these beautiful hurdles can be woven.
Panels are made to order so most sizes can be accommodated. Standard sizes are also kept in stock as well.
Simple to install as well these panels are softer and a tighter weave means that these are more popular in urban areas where privacy is more key.
Either woven in situ or panels hazel hurdles are a lot more robust than willow and always used with split hazel. Split hazel makes it all more breathable and as a result longer lasting. Hazel hurdles should last a minimum of 7 years and can be treated to last up to 12/13 years.
When woven in situ these hurdles look spectacular-following the contours of the land and blends in beautifully into the landscape. Ideal to replace standard fencing, screening, windbreaks and animal enclosures.
As they let the air pass through them they not only will never blow over but they will also make the garden warmer as it stops wind burn. I coppice from late September through to March and hurdles are available from `October through till early June.
Made from Hazel & Oak
All the fantastic products that can be made from hazel coppice. A sustainable & beautiful way to work with wood and manage some of Britain’s finest woodlands.
Made from Silver Birch & Hazel
25 bundles of kindling sticks. The oils in the Birch make them easy to light and the Hazel has been seasoned for a year, gorgeous natural firefighters.
Made from Green Fresh Willow
Harvesting the willow so it’s time to steam a load of hoops and start making. I also sell willow for a variety of uses from binders for hedgelaying to baskets makers as well as for individuals making there own living willow structures.