This basic form is a classic for greening narrow bands of walls above and between windows (high trellises). The vertical cable often only serves to guide the trunk; the short upper left and right connecting cables provide additional grip for the plants. 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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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-- "vine 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: 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.