Every little accent counts when you enhance the home with these great trellises. Beautifully engineered with metals, woods and other elements, these trellises are built to endure for years to come with the added benefit of incorporating nature’s elements into their structure. Intricate patterns provide substantial homes for flowers and other intricacies. View these items or the rest of our site for other little touches.
Flower lady from Gales Ferry, CT
Had to replace a trellis that snapped during this winter's storms. This one is a lot sturdier and a very good price. I love the metal supports that go into the ground and make it wind resistance.
Jan from WV
I bougth the trellis to place in an urn for english ivy to climb. I plan to keep out all winter close to house and somewhat protected from wind.
Home & Garden Gal from Birmingham, AL
Looks great on my new front porch. It fills in a space where I needed something to balance out my design.
KC from Carmel
I will be growing a vine within the tuteur. Plan to have it painted as well. It looks charming in the garden. Is very visible within the overall design of the garden.
sg8e from Spokane, WA
This made the perfect addition to my backyard get away. It is well made and is a real focal point.
KS from Wilmington Delaware
I'm putting this on our hill with two more as a sculpture/focal point. Planning to tie seasonnally appropriate blooom colored ribbons to the tops. We'll see how it looks. Seems like good quality so far, but have only just put it together, have not installed it. We're going to tie it down with spiral anchors in the ground.
Marsha from York, PA
I now have 2 of these trellises - primarily because of the size/height, the strength and stability, and the graphite finish. The first one purchased about 5-6 years ago still looks new. Doesn't rust, doesn't fade. Stands on its own.
Landscaper from Albuquerque, NM
Because of its overall height, additional support should be added to secure it to a wall, fence or whatever. This product is more ideal for an area where wind isn't an issue.
Brennie from Sherrills Ford, NC 28673
We have an unsightly "alley" to nowhere between our house and the garage. We saw in England how they built a brick arch over an alley and added decorative iron gate. We have copied this idea using the trellis. It's not quite finished yet, but we expect it will look lovely from the street.
debs from Yerington, NV
wonderful for vines