This angled basic form is for framing windows and similar wall openings, particularly in small or narrow spaces. The short rope "bridges" situated in the middle offer the plants additional grip. With more spacers (mounts), the basic form can be expanded as desired. A smaller version (see photo) is also possible. When more space is available, we recommend the basic form 2060. Please also refer to the guidelines and charts in our climbing plants section for support in choosing a suitable trellis system.
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Our pre-assembled kits are suitable for all wall types, with the exception of walls with outer insulation, cladding, and thin-walled concrete elements. Alternatives can be put together in all cases.
Height x Breadth: max. 3 m x 3 m (with a Heavy / Massive Kit: 3.6 m x 3.6 m). Distance between the two ropes: ~15 -50 cm. For a harmonious design of the rope system, it is best if the short, horizontal "rope bridge" on the two vertical ropes is arranged in such a way that it lies in the middle of the outer, longer vertical rope. It then appears slightly elevated, creating a "golden ratio" affect. The short vertical "rope bridge" on the horizontal ropes must be placed in such a way that the mean value (average length) is formed from both horizontal ropes, then halved, and the resulting length measured from the outside right to the inside (i.e. to the left). The rope bridge is then placed there. Base point ~0.5 - 1.2 m above the ground. With more rope and mounts, the basic form is expandable as desired. Then ~ every 1.5 m to 1.8 m plan to provide inter-supports (i.e mounts). Please contact us if you have any questions.
Installation: as shown in the diagrams. Please also take into account the mounting tips above (click on a kit in the chart for details). In the case of medium 'classic' kits, observe special case 01.
Vine Training: See diagrams. Columnar (vertical) vine, and up top a horizontal cordon. Usually cut short, at the top-- cut medium-long, pinning or inserting the green shoots to the outer wire rope. The new shoots should then only be on one side, so to grow out toward the outer rope (R-01). Also 2 stems parallel from one vine ('palmette'), but then with a minimum distance of 70 cm from rope to rope, guiding upwards, as a garland (R 02). Parallel guidance of two trunks, either from one pit or from separate pits (R 03).