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Farbgebung am Reb- oder Rosenspalier

Wie soll ich mein Reb- oder Rosenspalier streichen? Ist ein Anstrich überhaupt erforderlich? Welche Farbtöne bieten sich an? Diese Fragen stellen sich bei klassischen und modernen Rankgittern gleichermaßen. Kletterhilfen aus Holz erhalten im Laufe der Jahre eine "silbergraue Patina", pragmatisch kann man sagen, sie vergrauen. Das muss aber kein Makel sein, ggf. unterstreicht dies das historische Ambiente. Die drei Harthölzer Robinie, Eiche und Esskastanie können, müssen aber nicht gestrichen werden. Alle anderen Holzarten sollten im Freien besser einen schützenden Anstrich erhalten. Dazu müssen die Kanten der Spalierstäbe etwas abgeschmirgelt werden, um der gefürchteten "Kantenflucht" des Anstrichstoffes vorzubeugen. Diese Seite gehört zum Bereich "Rankgitter aus Holz" und wird demnächst neu strukturiert.

Old wooden trellis for a rosebush
Bautzen / Saxony, Sorbian "Witches Hut" from approx. 1600. Trellis as well as roof shingles and gable cladding all in black.
Middelhagen / Rügen / Meckl.-Vorp.
Same color for wooden cladding and attached trellis cross bars
Pirna / Saxony
Garden city Marienbrunn / Leipzig / Saxony, white wooden trellis
Püchau / Saxony, white trellis with grapes
Wall greening
Brockwitz near Dresden / Saxony: White is an especially noble coating. High quality paint should be chosen to postpone repainting as long as possible.
On already structured walls wire rope systems are an alternative. Here a rose trellis in FassadenGrün's heavy construction style.
Delicate rose trellis - stainless steel wire rope from FassadenGrün
In the open, a warm yellow-brown wood colour can be maintained with conventional, or even better organic, thick-layered coating for several years. They have to be repainted after 2 - 3, at the latest probably about 7 years. Weatherproof coatings and colorants according to historical recipes sometimes achieve even longer service lives.
Dippelsdorf b. Radebeul / Saxony
Pillnitz / Saxony: Green on dark brown
Bautzen / Saxony
Leipzig / Saxony, trellises reattached after renovation
Halle / Salle / Saxony-Anhalt, old wooden trellis in white
Dresden, white grapevine trellis
With noble, white paint coating, the weather-related colour loss can look particularly negative. That is why high-quality weatherproof or stand oil paints are to be chosen here, which do not peel off, but finely "sand" themselves off and without cumbersome extra sanding can be over painted. Organic egg tempera has proven to be a reasonable and proven alternative.
Pillnitz / Saxony
Pillnitz / Saxony
Dresden / Saxony, varnished, wood coloured rose trellis
Historical ochre coloured grapevine trellis
Dresden / Saxony, Leonhardi-Museum
With dark trellis paints, narrow wooden profiles of the battens are particularly important in order to avoid a too powerful impression
Kamenz / Saxony, new trellis in light grey with honeysuckle
Leipzig / Saxony, newly attached light grey trellis
Wooden trellis for Wisteria in blue grey
Meißen / Saxony, newly attached wood coloured and varnished trellis, after renovation
Conventional wood preservative coatings are suited for trellis laths due to their toxic fungicidal finish, however, it is better not to use them for grapevine and fruit trellises.
Black trellis matched to black-coloured framework. The heating of very dark coloured slats can lead to problems (cracks) in low-grade and not pre-dried woods, possibly also affecting the climbing plants climbing behavior.
Meißen / Saxony
Red grapes on a red-brown trellis
Kötzschenbroda / Saxony, trellis and cladding in blue grey
Sörnewitz / Saxony, trellis in blue gray
Pillnitz / Saxony
Unprocessed, natural oak wood trellis on wooden cladding. The natural greying process is already starting (Patina).
Dresden / Saxony, grapevine trellis with a classic light green paint coat. Whether the frequent use of this colour originates from the product range of the GDR, or is part of a longer tradition, could be clarified
Leisnig / Saxony
Altleisnig / Saxony, trellis with a new coating of green
Pulsitz / Saxony, Robinia grapevine trellis after historical model with coating of "Sweden Red", which is a purely mineral colour from the copper mines of Falun. This colour gives a strong contrast but looks warm and comfortable from close up. It lasts 8 years and much longer. Important: The colour does not flake into stripes and flakes, but rubs off fine. So you can repaint if necessary without scraping
New Robinia wood grapevine trellis / Sweden Red
Basic colours of the product group "Sweden red". The Ochre shade is only partly suitable for Robinia and oak wood.
Moritzburg / Saxony, new sturdy trellises made of untreated oak wood for trellis apple.
"Patina" on a raspberry trellis made of Robinia wood. Only weather-resistant hard woods (Robinia, oak,) conditionally also larch can survive in the open air without painting, other woods need it for reasons of wetness and UV protection, and it must then be regularly renewed.
Wood patina on a grapevine trellis
Gaussig / Saxony
Dresden / Saxony
A metal square pipe trellis, varnished or rather powder-coated
Trellises made of Metal
Cannewitz / Saxony old trellis without coating
Grimma / Muldental / Saxony, old vine trellis. In unfavourable micro climates, grey wood may also be overgrown with moss or algae. Here it is probably the immediate proximity of the river with the resulting high humidity. Even dirt particles from the air can "dock" more easily on the wood at such locations and influence the patina colouration
Middelhagen / Rügen Meckl.-Vorp.
Radebeul / Saxony
Gauernitz / Saxony: Grapevine trellis, blue on yellow background - an effective contrast even in leafless times