This is the classic basic form for vines over windows. The long vertical wire rope often only serves as a trunk guidance. The short vertical line above in the middle offers the plants an additional grip. Please refer to the guidelines in the section on climbing plants for support in choosing a suitable construction style (charts at the bottom of each plant profile).
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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. approx. 3.7 m x 3 m (with a Heavy / Massive Kit: 4.5 m x 3.6 m). Distance between the three ropes: ~20 -35 cm, also below with the "shoot guidance." Base point: ~0.5 - 1.2 m above the ground. With more wire and mounts, the basic form is expandable as desired. Then place supportive mounts ~every 1.5 m to 1.8 m.
Installation: as shown in the diagrams. Take into account the mounting tips above (click on a kit in chart for details). Please contact us with any questions. No diagrams are available for simple kits. If you’ve ordered trellis materials and have specific inquiries, you will receive these installation and building instructions in advance.
Vine Training: See diagrams. Horizontal cordon (R01). For a leafy trunk, it is better to place two plants in one planting pit-- one for a vertical, one for a horizontal cordon. This is especially good for greater heights and/or altitude widths, whereby the angled vine is then guided vertically with a leafless trunk (R 02). When replanting the vertical vine later, it is better to have two separate planting pits (R 03). The spacing of the horizontal cables should be rather large, around 30-35 cm, depending on the internode spacing typical of the variety. 4-5 horizontal ropes are often more favorable than 3; then the distance can be smaller.