Classic basic form for vines over windows etc. ("high trellis"). The vertical lead wire often only serves as shoot lead or guidance; the short vertical cables (cable "bridges") which are arranged by the lead wire rope above on the left and right, offer the plants additional "grip." Please refer to the guidelines in the section on climbing plants for support in choosing a suitable construction style.
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Height x Breadth: max. approx. 3.7 m x 6 m (4.7 m x 7.2 m with Heavy/Massive Kits). Distance between the three cables: approx. 20 -35 cm; view also below-- "shoot guidance.".Base approx. 0.5 - 1.2 m above the ground. Please use the indications in the section on climbing plants for support in choosing a suitable construction style. With more rope, mounts, and cross clamps, the basic form can be extended, even up to 4 or 5 parallel cables; then, about every 1.5 m (1.8 m) intermediate supports (mounts) are set or (above) "bridges" are formed with cross clamps. Please contact us if you have questions.
Installation: is carried out as shown in the diagrams; also use the installation tips above (click on a kit for more details).
Vine Training/Shoot Guidance: See diagrams. Horizontal cordon (R 01). If there are several vine shoots next to each other, each with a separate rope, the top can also be angled in only one direction (R 02). If foliage in the vertical area is desired, better to have two plants in a planting pit to separate the vertical and horizontal areas, especially in the case of greater heights and/or widths, whereby the T-shaped vine is then guided with unleafy trunk and the only vertical vine is treated as a small garland (R 03). The spacing of the horizontal cables should-- depending on the internode distance typical of the variety-- be rather long (so, 30-35 cm). 4 - 5 horizontal cables are often even more favourable than 3, the distance can then be less.