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String twine between hooks on the hinged wooden frames, and in minutes you have a sturdy trellis for vining flowers and vegetables, from squash, cucumbers and pole beans to sweet peas and morning glories. At the end of the season, clean-up is easy: Simply cut the twine, gather up plants and toss it all into the compost. Frame is made from 1-3/8" square, unfinished fir and can be painted, stained or oiled. We recommend our Twin Spool Garden Twine, sold separately.
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By Glass Artist
from Ventura CA
Comments about : Twine Vegetable Trellis:
It is easy to assemble. I like that I string it myself so I can control the pattern. It is light to carry but sturdy for plants to climb.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Beans on one, cukes just starting on the other.
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By Big McLargehuge
from San Antonio, TX
So my trellis looks great and adds space to my small planters. To get the twine nice and tight requires significant effort and a little experience of tying knots. Other than that, I'm completely satisfied.
By Garden Enthusiast
from Ventura, CA
This trellis was easy to put together. The twine will make it easy to clean up at the end of the season. I only wish that it came with stakes.
from Wynnewood, PA
Am looking forward to putting this together to use for this year's climbing green bean plants.
(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
This is my second one.
from Hampden, ME
I bought another for next summer. This summer I used my first one for slicing cucumbers. Next summer I will use the other for pickling cucumbers. There is enough space under the A frame for onions to get a good start and be successful, so no wasted space.
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Tall and easy to use
By Flower lover
from Gales Ferry, CT
I am using this for the squash plants to keep them up not all over the area.
(15 of 15 customers found this review helpful)
good idea, needs refining
By school garden lady
from long island new york
Nice folding trellis -- but why does it have no feet?? The bottom support rests flat on the ground and will probably rot . Also, with no feet to dig into the soil I needed to use earth staples to anchor. I bought six for a school garden and strung each with a different color of twine from the twine gift pack -- fun to look at, but time-consuming to string. Almost all trellises were sturdily made and easy to put together, but one had a piece with the holes drilled backwards -- the hooks were on the wrong side. So far they are holding a variety of vining plants very nicely, including some thick, vigorous gourds. Have not seen them tested yet by wind or end-of-season fruit weight.
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