We named this for all those enchanting melodies that ensnare us in their dreamy spells. Much like a clef sets pitch for a musical piece, this stunning obelisk sets the scene for your outdoor space. Perfect for plants and fairy lights alike: vines will eagerly climb the brushed bronze supports while the foil-finish ribbon will make light dance.
Planted with compact varieties of clematis, annual vines or climbing roses, this striking tuteur adds vertical interest and creates a stunning focal point in your landscape. The trellis's clean lines and unique shape let plants take center stage. We recommend securing with Extra Tall Earth Staples, sold separately.
This Achla Designs Fan Back Trellis design takes its inspiration from Williamsburg historic archives. Use it to create multiple levels of interest in your plantings, in beds or containers, letting its widespread upper half lift your showy climbers up to eye level.
An excellent way to highlight in-ground or potted plants, create a unique combination of vining plants, or add vertical drama to your landscape. Elegant and regal without being overly formal, this trellis coordinates with our Oxford Collection of garden structures.
Three-panel diamond-pattern trellis can be staked flat against a wall, placed in a zig-zag pattern, snugged to a corner, or even wrapped around a plant. Use multiple sets to create a longer run along a bare wall, encircle bushier plants, or create custom configurations.
This trellis is specially designed to fit our Honeycomb Planter, creating a self-watering planter with integrated trellis system. Ideal for growing cucumbers, peas and beans, as well as annual flowering vines like sweet peas, mandevilla and black-eyed Susan vines. 55-3/4" high installed.
Indeterminate tomatoes can quickly get ahead of you. If you're growing taller plant varieties, this extension will give your Gardener's Victory Planter, sold separately, nearly two feet of additional support.
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