This sturdy trellis gives your climbing plants and vines plenty of room and support to grow their best, and the elegant design looks lovely even after the growing season ends. Made of iron with a green finish, it stands over 6-feet tall and is a beautiful way to showcase your climbing flowers and vines. Stakes securely into the ground. 16 1/4"Dia. x 75"H.
Will use in big planter for a climbing plant for the plant to climb on. -
Love to garden -
It looks very nice in my garden. The product was easy to assemble. -
I would by this product again
I am using this product for my roses. -
Fort Walton Beach, Fl
I would buy this trellis again.
I gave it to my sister -
I DID BUY THIS ITEM AGAIN!
I WANTED A TALL TRELLIS FOR MY CLEMATIS BUT COULDN'T FIND ONE TALL ENOUGH IN LOCAL STORES. THIS IS 6' TALL. IT DOESN'T HAVE STAKES TO HOLD IT DOWN BUT I WILL PUT SOME DOWELS INSIDE THE LEGS AND DRIVE THEM INTO THE GROUND. SHOULD WORK WELL. TAKES A LITTLE TIME TO ASSEMBLE BUT I DIDN'T HAVE ANY TROUBLE. -
I will use this for years to come.
Very durable, and attractive. I anticipate using for years. -
easy to assemble- directions can be mileadi
great in the garden for morning glory and other light weight vines. -
Very Pleased with the trellis and quality -
I am using it for my roses.
It is a good design, pretty, the right high for what I need it.
Putting it together is a little difficult when doing the circles but I used a screwdriver to match the holds for the screws. -
Fort Walton Beach
Love this ... I have a new clematis that we purchased a week ago plus hung a hummingbird feeder at the top inside. -
Love this trellis!
I have morning glories that love to grow everywhere in the front yard but this trellis is the perfect fit for them! It tames them...they grow upward and now I can't wait to see them bloom inside the trellis. It will be gorgeous! -
South Euclid, OH
Very nice trellis
The trellis looked exactly like the photo when I got it. It is made of good quality material and is a great height. I am very pleased with it for my climbing roses. They will look great when the roses grow taller and start to bloom. -
Love ?? it!
Very functional and looks great. -
North Collins, NY
I recommend & would buy this product again.
Sturdy & very easy to assemble. -
Nicer than I expected.
very tall and especially if you intend to put it into a large planter. I will probably purchase a couple more. -
Baton Rouge Louisiana
I would buy again & recommend to friends
I needed a trellis if some sort, but had nothing to anchor it to. But I saw this freestanding alternative and I just love it. I needed something of this size and inexpensive. My new vines are now growing all over it and I can't wait till they bloom. I wish I had room for another one. It's a great 3D trellis and very easy to assemble. -
Laney the Gardner,
6ft garden trellis
I am a senior, widow who gardens in pots on my deck. I purchased two of these, put them together my self and am ordering two more. -
Havre de Grace MD
very pretty - a little tuff to put together -
I was very pleased with t h e quality and size of the product -
Better Quality Than Expected
I was unsure when I placed the order for the trellis.
Trellis is garden catalogs are pretty expensive.
However, I was pleasantly surprised, perfect for vining flowers.
I spray painted to match my outdoor theme..and the clematis are doing well. -
Functional and easy to assemble
This is a tall, lightweight garden trellis. There are numerous pieces but assembly was quick and easy, no missing parts. It is indeed 6' tall, but you'll need to stick at least 6" into the ground to keep it stable as it's made of very light aluminum and could easily blow away if not well "rooted." Durability remains to be seen over time, but a good buy for the price! -
It's really nice, it was easy to put together... -
Larger that I thought
Nice and sturdy, but in trying to put this together, we discovered that not all of the holes where drilled out, and some we to exactly even. Appears that this will hold our plant for quite a while, nice size -
Green Valley AZ
Pretty, but ...
It looks nice but I don't think it will stand up to a heavy load of flowers or peas. The bottom legs are floppy even though they are as tight as the bolts can be done, and I have concerns about the wind blowing it over. For that thought, I bought some bars smaller than the leg diameters to push into the soil and put the legs over them to give balance and support. It may do well, have to wait and see - elsewise it is pretty out there and I may hang a birdfeeeder from it or some such. I would recommend it with caveats. -
I WOULD BUY THIS TRELLIS AGAIN!
EASY TO ASSEMBLE, GOOD QUALITY, GREAT PRICE! -
Great for climbing plant in garden!
It would have got 5 stars, but the instructions were only poor drawing and NO printing of details of how! The drawing made it difficult to tell if 'ring' portion is inside or outside of vertical posts, so I had to do it by trial and error to figure it out!! I had to go back online to find the colored picture above and try to look closely. -
Do it yourself Denise,
Good Buy for the price.
I am using it to supprt morning glories and trumpet vines. Fairly sturdy and looks really nice. Only drawback is instructions make it difficult to know what ordder to assemble the pices. -
I love it.
I have a 4yr. old ivy plant that had out grown the trellis I had it on. I unwound it and placed it in a larger pot and used your trellis, it is the perfect size with room to grow. -
Tomstoes or flowers?
A friend put it togethér for me. I plan to put into a cast iron
Kettle it so hot neither will probably do too well. -
Garden plant trellis
I used the trellis around the Passion plant and 2 bougainvilleas. Not difficult to put together, a little awkward at first, but once I had the top together it was good from there. -
It's OK for the price
I bought it for climbing plants in a small space. It was a bit confusing to put together as the instructions are a drawing and it took a bit to realize they were building it from the top down, rather than the bottom up. That said, it's nice and basically sturdy, but will use pipe C-clamps to attach it to the side of a box bed to stabilize it when covered with vines and a high wind comes through. I would recommend it to a friend with the caveats described here. -
Will be used for a tomato plant
Still too cold to plant yet but I look forward to it holding up the tomato vines -
Nice trellis but wimpy
wind nocked it over..... Nice looking though -
El Paso, Texas
Difficult to set in ground and the legs won't stay straight. Could be from my assembly but you thread rods together and use screws so I'm not sure what could cause it -
Hard to assemble, once together supports pl
Testing on one vine will see how it survives the Florida summer! -
mary at home,
It's exactly what I needed in my flower gar
Works perfect -
Wouldn't buy this again
Tall but flimsy -
Very flimsy, only kept it because of shipp
Wanted it for holding a Clematis, but not sturdy enough, so will just be a display in the yard. -
Cute but very flimsy
Looks nice but very flimsy... It says will hold up to 4 pounds. We will have to secure it with better posts to let anything grow on it. -
I would not purchase this again
Came out lopsided and crooked even though I matched up all the parts and double checked that it was put together correctly. -
Would not purchase again.
Very flimsy. Inner circle are warped looking. Poor quality. -
I WOUNLD NOT BUY THIS AGAIN.
I hoped it would had lasted a summer, but it bent the first week. -
Poteau, O.K. 74953
Haven't been able to get it put together ye
Confusing directions -
Very Flimsy and would not recommend.
Cheaply made and too flimsy. Not worth the money. -
Traverse City, MI
The price was great.
Trellis is for a small vine plant; very unsturdy and, not worth the assembly time or price even though inexpensive. -