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from Fulton, Mo
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about Arched Trellis:
Ease of assembly,light enough to put up myself, but sturdy enough to hold my climbing roses.Also good for morning glories.I hang a humming bird feeder from the top as an added bonus!
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Cat Mami
from Mebane, NC
Took forever to put together!!
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
Great trellis at great price
By Big Shoes
from Gainesville, FL
About Me Master Gardener
Just had to replace the old one that lasted five years. Could not cut the vines so I placed this one over the other one which will continue to rust out and, in the meanwhile, the vines will grow over the new one. Five years at that price is a bargain supreme! It looks great and does the job of supporting vines in grand style.
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By Mary Kay
from Bucks County, PA
This is easy to assemble and works well for lighter vines. I wouldn't use it for grapes or any other vine requiring heavy support. This is the second I've bought. This will support a lighter flowering vine, but it's great for pole beans, peas, etc. Good value.
very good product for the price!!!!!!!
from northern va
i have used this product for the last 7or 8 yrs and am currently purchasing another one as the last one was ruined during last hurricane in northern va.it looks very good in the middle of the front yard with a moonflower that blooms in the late evening.i wood suggest staking it in if you have strong winds as the one on the side of the house withstood the weather.
great produck and easy to set up
About Me Professional Landscaper
many uses and easy to install
By Blue Missle
from Poplar Bluff, MO
This is the perfect replacement for an old arch we have had for years. The Clematis are just now getting big enough to be beautiful on the trellis.
By Sandy the camper
from De Pere, WI
Our daughter got us the first one 15 years ago. It just works well with our limited space.
Great for the Price and for my needs
By Pudentaine...ask me again ...
from San Francisco
About Me Avid Gardener, Intermediate Gardener
This item was a life saver for my budget and my needs. I plan to use it over a break in my shrubs. This actually will help it stand longer while I'm growing my flowering vine (I chose Scarlett O'Hara Morning Glories for the short term and a purple Clematis for long term).As I was saying I have the benefit of my shrubs to tie it down to until my vines develop. If you don't have the luxury of having something close to tie the unit down to then I would suggest tying it down to stakes in the ground or if it's your property I would better suggest concrete anchor holes.You definitely want to be gentle in pushing the bottom tubes into the ground and probably want to have a starting hole or guide hole made with a long 1/2 " pipe. The unit is made of thin tubular steel and will bend easily if your not very careful but by the time it is covered with vines it should need minimal anchoring.I wouldn't hang anything like a planter basket but would consider wind chimes or a decorative lamp. I would highly recommend this for a less trafficked area or a household without children. Otherwise you can't miss with the price, the look and the ease of putting it together
By Blaise the Grape Vine Grower
We are using it as an arbor for a grape Vine. Two sets of hands were needed to put it together. A little bit time consuming but worth it. It's a little feeble but, I believe it will make it at least 2yrs.