These traditional Teak Trellises are made from solid teak slats that are optimally spaced to provide ample support for all of your climbing plants. These low-maintenance teak trellises will weather to a uniform silver-gray color when exposed to the elements, adding a touch of old world refinement to your garden space.
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The Teak Trellis is perfect!
from Muscatine, Iowa
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Comments about : Teak Trellis, 24" x 36":
I'm going to install the Teak Trellis on our privacy fence and grow a Clematis on it. I've been dealing with Gardeners Supply for many years and have never been disappointed in their products or Customer Service. I have and will continue to recommend you to my friends and customers.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Perfect for Trumpet Vine
Easy to install on a cedar fence (for someone who is not handy and doesn't have a garage full of specialty tools) and it looks great. I am going to think about two more to install on the stone facade of the house.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Sturdy, decent price
from Chatham, NJ
It's way too soon to rule on the resistance of this attractive teak trellis to wind and weather, but it is safely installed as an addition above the deck railings to support a grapevine and seems to be sturdy and able to support the vigorous vine. Let's look again in a year ... or two ... or ten ... I would have added photos but the Review software apparently couldn't "see" my 2 .jpg files.
Decent price - and time will tell
from Chatham, New Jersey
I ave only just installed two of these trellises at the top of the railing around my deck as the first step in creating a grape arbor. I've trained the grape vines and hope the trellis will last as the arbor grows in size ... time will tell!
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Sturdy and Attractive
By Spizzy P
from Malden, MA
I bought four of these to install adjacently in front of my front porch, for roses and climbing hydrangea. I already have similar ones on the sides of my house. If you are wondering how to install them, I've found that using 1 to 1 1/2" long and 1" in diameter copper couplings as spacers and screwing them in with long screws works well. I drilled pilot holes and then another set of holes slightly smaller in diameter than the screws so that they grab. Just be careful not to strip the screws! Makes it hard to remove them when you have the house painted (she says from experience :-))
This trellis was exactly what I needed. I got the right size and both look great placed on the outside back of the garage.
By garden athlete
from Rochester, NY
About Me Master Gardener
We needed a low fence next to a patio that we installed when we moved our greenhouse. This product was cost effective and attractive for that use.
from Durham, CT
This trellis adds beauty to a part of our house that is open and boring.
from san diego
About Me Budget Shopper
this is a very nice, sturdy trellis.
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