We love this trellis netting because it's unusually strong, it's UV-stabilized for years of use, and it has 6-inch square openings to make harvesting easy. Best of all, it's made of translucent polypropylene that is practically invisible when installed. Perfect for a pea fence or bean trellis. 6-1/2' x 30' roll.
Transform a blank wall with flowering vines or espalier fruit trees. Easy to install and unassuming, this trellis will let your plantings take center stage. Mounting brackets and hardware included. Expandable with additional poles and brackets, sold separately.
Even huge, fruit-laden heirloom tomato varieties and other monster plants can't make these cages bend under their weight. Made from super-strong, super-durable, 3/8" diameter powder-coated steel with 11" between each rung for easy harvesting. Stackable for storage.
This matte black wire trellis nearly disappears when it’s covered with vining plants. Whether you use it in a raised bed or in-ground garden, it will provide no-nonsense, heavy-duty support. Each side is 17-3/4" W x 58" H; grid openings are approx. 6" x 8" to make harvesting easy. Set up several side by side to create a long, A-Frame tunnel to support two rows of peas, cukes or squash.
Sturdy nylon trellis netting offers strong support all season long. The soft nylon cord won't damage stems, and the unobtrusive green color lets plants take center stage. Ideal for peas, cucumbers, pole beans and tomatoes, as well as vining flowers like morning glories. Keeps plants off the ground for a cleaner harvest. Cut to fit with scissors. The 5-1/4" square mesh lets you reach through to easily tend and harvest plants.
Clematis, morning glories and other vines grow up and over the umbrella-shaped top of this sturdy trellis, and then drape gracefully for a stunning display. The trellis's clean lines and unique shape let plants take center stage. We recommend securing with Extra-Tall Earth Staples, sold separately.
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