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Biodegradable Trellis Netting

Biodegradable Trellis Netting
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Item # 8587152


  • Sturdy trellis netting supports plants
  • Unobtrusive; lets plants take center stage
  • Hassle-free netting biodegrades in your compost pile

Support your plants with nearly invisible netting that offers strong support all season long. Then, at the end of season, simply toss it, vines and all, into your compost pile. Avoids the hassle of removing plants from trellising. Ideal for peas and pole beans, as well as vining flowers like morning glories. 6’ wide by 36’ long; can be cut to size with scissors. 6" openings make harvesting easy. The biodegradable netting is made of plant-based materials; it will begin to break down four to eight months after being placed in an active compost pile. Speed of decomposition depends on temperature and moisture conditions.


  • 100% biodegradable PLA
  • 6’ W x 36’ L
  • 6” square openings​
  • Gardener's Supply Exclusive



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a bit challenging

By lochness

from charlottesville, va

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  • appears durable


  • Challenging To Install

Best Uses

  • For Peas

too soon to see how well it functions, but it look like it will work well for peas

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Great idea

By Linda's Garden

from Somerset, CA


  • Easy to dispose of


    Best Uses

    • A-frame Netting

    Ordered this to go with the A-Frame, to support my peas. This works great if you lay it over the frame, cut it to size and tie it to the sides. I love that at the end of the season, we can put the netting and vines in the compost pile to disintegrate, rather than it ending up in a landfill. It contains enough netting for two or three plantings.

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    • Make the most of climbing plants by providing the right kind of support.
    • Climbing plants climb in particular ways: some wrap, some adhere, and some curl. Learn to recognize which plants do what, so you can choose the right kind of trellis or support.
    • If you want to grow flowers from seed, start with sweet peas. The large seeds are easy to manage and most varieties germinate readily. Plus, the resulting blooms are gorgeous and sweetly scented.

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