The basic form of this climbing aid is vertically oriented, versatile, and especially fitting for creeping/twining plants (though not for strong twiners like wisteria). The fan-shaped base provides an ideal guidance and distribution of plant shoots on the climbing field, highlights the emerging growth, and in some cases, conceals the balding in the base area. For support and more information in selecting a suitable construction design, refer to the guidelines in the climbers.
Order as a kit: Parts list, information and assembly tips
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Height x breadth: max. approx. 4.0 m x 1.2 m (at a heavy/solid kit to 6.0 m x 1.4 m). Base approx. 0.5, 1.2 m over the ground, stuck out between the vertical ropes approx. 25 -60 cm depending on species of plant and desired leaf density, if necessary also up to 80 cm. With more holders and cross clips the basic form is arbitrarily extendable, then interholders or in each case , a short 'rope bridge' from two holders and a cross clip are to be intended at approx. 1.5 m - (2 m).
Installation: carried out as shown on the graphs, please also refer to the installation tips (s. above).
Shoot Guidance: See graphics. For cord tree (R-01). Possible combination of two different vines in one planting pit. The number of outlets in the vertical area then half each (R 02). Advise management of two vines (R 03) disposals should show each inward distance of vertical ropes then lead at least 30 cm. strains only up to approximately 50 cm under the top climbing field.