Moving On Up
Plants and flowers are meant to be put on display. For ones that climb, attaching their vines to a trellis makes for a dreamy look. And there’s no shortage of trellis ideas. Show off vibrant climbers with a wall-mounted structure within the home, welcome guests with an arched gate situated in the front yard or garden, or use a trellis to promote privacy without sacrificing style. Find out which one is best for you.
A-Frame of Chicken Wire
This sturdy, hinged, A-frame trellis is a great way to make use of the extra space above a garden. Handmade, using Forest Stewardship Council-certified western red cedar, the trellis offers an earthy, pleasing scent. The trellis is ideal for climbing vegetables like beans, peas, and cucumbers. Available on Etsy .
Twine & Bamboo
For a pop of color, this architectural wall trellis is the perfect touch. It offers a sleek and stylish option for creating a vertical garden on a wall or fence. This trellis is made of steel and stainless steel cable and finished in a water-resistant, powder-coated color. Available on Gardner’s Supply Company .
A romantic arch trellis sets the scene, whether situated at the top of the pathway leading to the front door or in the backyard to beckon guests into the garden. This Montebello garden arbor, constructed of square tubular iron, features an intricate scrollwork design, rustproof hardware, and a burnished gunmetal finish. Available on Wayfair.
Trellis With Planter Box
Decorate an exterior wall with rustic elegance using a mounted trellis. This uniquely designed trellis can also be displayed in courtyards, as patio wall decor, metal yard art, or a privacy screen. Available on Etsy .
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