Basic form for guiding strictly-formed climbing plants. Suitable for framing windows, doors, and other wall openings. As climbers often need more cable 'density' (tighter, more compact) forms like 3050 or 3060 are best when possible. If wider wall sections are available, then use those trellis arrangments. For the selection of a suitable trellis construction (gauge: light, medium, heavy...), please refer to the guidelines in our climbing plants section (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. 3.0 m x 6 m (4.0 m x 7.2 m with a Heavy / Massive Kit). Base point: ~0.5 - 1.2 m above the ground. With more rope and mounts, the cable system is expandable in all directions, then ~every 1.5m (1.8 m) inter-supports (mounts) need to be set.
Installation: as indicated in the diagrams; please also use the mounting tips above (click on a kit in chart for more details). Please ask us if you have any questions.
Vine Training: See diagrams. Branched garland (R 01). A lower branching and crossing of the cordon arms is possible (R 02). If foliage is desired in the vertical range, it is better to have two plants in a planting hole for the separation of the vertical and horizontal range (especially in situations with greater heights and/or widths), whereby the branched vine is then leafless in the vertical trunk area (R 03). Use 2 separate planting pits if you plan on planting the vertical vine later on (no picture).