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Me too, assembled OK but with only 3 poles was a bit near ground. Now have a spare ground pole!
By DAVID on 02 November 2015
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Hadn't thought about doing this. It has a single 'spike' that is meant to be sunk into the ground. Unless it was firmly anchored it might wobble about - certainly if it was windy - but maybe if you packed the hole with something really substantial to hold it steady it might work. Worth a try!
By Mrs Susan Ba;;ett on 30 December 2013
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75mm
By poppy on 24 June 2015
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The main pole comes in three parts which I would say (if you use the three of them) would be about 5ft.
By amanda nash on 15 April 2015
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Best put in a corner somewhere. I don't find it very sturdy. A couple of heavy crows, has brought mine down.
By Lolo on 12 May 2014
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Sorry the answer is no, but it still attracts the birds.
By dave greenback on 06 July 2014
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Black enamel although now a little rusty on the hooks where the feeders are hung.
By Audrey on 19 June 2014
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There is no base, the end of the pole has a point which you push into the earth.
By Mrs B on 16 May 2014
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This is the problem we had. My husband tried to bend it to make it straight and it completely snapped off. Probably best to contact Amazon for a replacement? We left it too late so my mum now has a slightly substandard bird feeder!
By Mrs H Green on 30 January 2015