Here's a trellis that comes with its own plant display! Our Hanging Tree Trellis with Pot Holders is artfully designed with graceful tree limbs that support five 8" pot holder rings to add color and interest in any season. Try pumpkins for fall, flowers for spring, plants real or faux any time of year - the possibilities are endless! Made of metal with a gunmetal finish and verdigris leaves. Pots, gourds, foliage and other decorations not included. Hangs on wall; hardware included.
Enjoy plants in an outdoor garden or indoors with this set of 2 trellis plant supports. Constructed of durable steel wire, these trellises are perfect for use in the garden or in larger potted plants. Use these garden accessories with climbing flowers, vines and small fruit and vegetable species to keep these plants thriving.
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. Powder-coated tubular and flat stock steel10-1/2" in diameter x 48" H installedGardener's Supply Exclusive
The sunflower is the most quintessential of American garden flowers. A North American native plant it was first domesticated by the people of Arizona and New Mexico who cultivated it for use as food, textile dye, building material and medicine. Spanish explorers then took the seed to Europe where it thrives today, making the sunflower a ubiquitous feature of garden and agriculture alike. These Sunflower Side Panel Trellises can be placed in line to create a screen, or at an angle to form a niche or garden vignette. They can also be added to the large-scale arched center trellis to create a wide garden panel to support a living screen of foliage. Sunflower Center Trellis sold separately. Powder-coated steel 18-1/4" W x 1" D x 58" H Weighs 17 lbs. Weatherproof and frostproof