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Narrow rungs support vines that cling with short stems or tendrils, like compact clematis and sweet peas as well as
twiners like black-eyed susan vine. The open ladder style provides plenty of space for vines to climb and spread. Made from 1/2" tubular powder-coated steel with our exclusive Jardin finish that resembles aged metal, this trellis adds rustic appeal to your garden. The top and bottom rungs are fixed in place upon assembly; other 5 rungs can be set in place any time. 56" H installed, with footed ground stakes for stability.
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I like the idea and it is sturdy and pretty but some of the rods aren't attached and fall down.
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from milton, de
nice sturdy trellis that will probably withstand our windy winters....more rustic looking than I expected but looks great!
By jake the cat
this trellis is attractive just being there
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
metal trellis, freestanding
By Meadow Girl
from West Hartford, CT
Easy to assemble, subtle metal color, seems sturdy, different from the usual English-y trellises. I may get one or two more.
Difficult to assemble
By home gardner
from Concord, NH
The screws did not line up to attach all the parts. We used rope lashing instead.
(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
blends easily into the garden
I am using in a planter box on a balcony and it fits nicely and makes for a nice vintage quality look in a tiny garnden.
(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)
from Alexandria, VA
I love this trellis - actually bought a second after liking the first so much. I love the simple design and fact that the materials are sturdy, so I don't need to worry about it falling apart in the future. The only wonky thing is trying to level it. Getting it level up and down and front to back is a bit tricky and takes quite a bit of maneuvering.
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