The special trellis forms are the counterpart to the classic trellises. The most common form is the square grid, also know as "chequered form". For this classification, the fields only have to be roughly square. The following examples are there to help you plan and build your own trellis. We supply the fastening technology.
These trellises can have a closed frame or protruding wood. They appear lighter and less dense as classic trellises. The larger distance between elements also means that climbing plants have less "hold", making them harder to train. Take this into account when planning.
The classic differentiation between lath and cross bar are almost none existent here. Different wood thickness is also unnecessary. Also quite practical is that you can choose to either fixate the vertical or horizontal wood elements into the wall or surface. Whichever is chosen is then closer to the wall. The details talked about in another area are decisive for these trellises. Please also note what we write on the respective product sheet and in the area "Attachment".