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Examples of Bamboo Trellises

Bamboo stakes are quick, easy, and effective-- whether it is to palisade a plant against a wall, to allow it to rise from its pot, or to make a floral obelisk as a free-standing trellis in the garden. We sell both pre-made bamboo trellises and the components to make your own. The resilience of bamboo grids is determined by the ground they are in contact with and the moisture levels: when in contact with soil, bamboo rods will last 5 to 6 years. Dry- they'll last easily 15 years or more. You'll find photo examples of bamboo trellises on this page, as well as general information.

Growing-grid in "fan" form RB 11048 with clematis "Arabella"
Growing-grid in "fan" form RB 11048 with clematis "Arabella"

What plants can a bamboo trellis be used for?

Bamboo grids are particularly suited to smaller climbing plants, like clematis and all kinds of annual long-flowering climbers. A bamboo trellis can be used for any kind of plant if it is solid enough - especially potted plants on balconies and terraces.

Fastening the trellis to a wall

For large trellises with thick bamboo poles, we recommend our range of wooden trellis mounts. For smaller trellises, choose a screw, small bolt, or wall hook and hang the trellis on the protruding fixture with a piece of elastic cord.

Climbing aid for a grapevine
Climbing aid for a grapevine
Trellis made of large bamboo rods, fastened to a wall
Trellis made of large bamboo rods
Ipomoea on a bamboo trellis
Ipomoea on a bamboo trellis
Black-eyed Susan on a wall espalier made of bamboo
Black-eyed Susan on a wall espalier made of bamboo