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 on the right offer the plants additional "grip". Please notice the tips used for choosing a suitable style at: Climbing Plants.
Order as a kit: Parts list, information and assembly tips
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Height x breadth: max. approx. 3.7 m x 6 m (with a heavy/massive kit 4.7 m x 7.2 m). Distance between the three cables: approx. 20 -35 cm, view also below at "shoot guidance". Base approx. 0.5, 1.2 m over the ground. Please use the indications for the choice of a suitable style at the section climbing plants. 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 holder are set or (above) "bridges" are formed with cross clamps. Please inquire if necessary.
Installation: is carried out as pointed out on the graphics, also check the installation tips (above).
Shoot guidance: See graphics. Horizontal cordon (R 01). Several shoots besides each other with a respectively separate guidance rope also can get angled above in only a direction (R 02). If foliage is wished in the vertical area plant two plants in a planting pit for the separation of vertical and horizontal growing area, primarily at large height and/or breadth in which the T-shaped shoot is then led with unleafy stem and the only vertical vine is treated as a little garland (R 03). The distance of the horizontal cables should - depending on variety typical internode distance - be rather long therefore 30-35 cm. 4 -5 horizontal cables are often even more favourable than 3, the distance then can be less.